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    Defferentail equation equilirium

    dy/dt=t/y^2

    dy/dt=e^ty/1+y^2

    i know how to solve for a y= equation but i dont know what an equlirium solution is
    all it tells me in my notes is that set the derivitve equal to zero or something to get y. i really dont understand it
    thank you for you help!
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    I think either of the values in your equation tends to zero..thats what derivative means here i guess..
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    Quote Originally Posted by kandyfloss View Post
    I think either of the values in your equation tends to zero..thats what derivative means here i guess..

    thank you
    can you elaborate a little more. im still not clear
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