Given if show that there are two equilibrium points given by and The demonstration of is plain to see, but how do you go about proving the equilibrium point at ?
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Originally Posted by FoxyGrandma3000 Given if show that there are two equilibrium points given by and The demonstration of is plain to see, but how do you go about proving the equilibrium point at ? I believe that you'll have two distinct eq. points provided that . From your ODE is one, the other is found by setting 0 and solving for . If you want the second eq. point to be positive then you would need .
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