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CookieC The population of penguins on a small island at time t is p1(t) and the population of iguanas at the same time is p2(t).
Dp1/dt = p1(1 - p1/75) - p1p2/200
Dp2/dt = p2/2(1 - p2/20) + p1/p2/75
I need to find the equation for the penguin population when there are no iguanas and find the possible steady state of the population
To find the Equation do I set p2 = 0
The integrate with respect to p1 to find what P1 equals?? Mr F says: Yes.
I'm not sure how to find the steady states though..