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We investigate the properties of five mathematical models used to represent the growth of a single population. By imposing a common set of (normalizing) initial conditions, we are able to calculate and explicitly compare the time intervals required to reach specific values of population levels. Based on these results, we conclude that one must be careful when applying these models to interpret the dynamics of single-population growth. An additional implication is that they provide evidence thatdoi:10.1080/17513758.2015.1112041 pmid:26606947 fatcat:vzza2yh5hzgwdewj3sgjxofynq