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    Phase Line and long term behavior with initial value

    Ok so i have the equation y'=y^2(y-3)(y-5)^3

    I found the equilibrium positions to be y=0, y=3, y=5.

    Does my phase diagram look right and would be correct in saying the solutions are nodes? Phase Line and long term behavior with initial value-photo-4-.jpg

    The last part asks Describe the long term behavior of the solution to the above dierential equationwith initial condition y(0) = 4.

    I'm not sure how to get started with this.

    Woops, sorry did not see the differential equations section, I will re post there
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    Last edited by goku900; February 22nd 2014 at 11:37 AM.
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