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9.6 Predator-Prey Systems Question #2 (Medium)

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Mathematics
Course
MAT136H1
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All Professors
Semester
Winter

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9.6 Differential Equations Predator & Prey Systems Question #2 (Medium): Interpreting the Population Phase Trajectory Strategy Direction field can be drawn based on the differential equation, and several solution curves can be sketched base on the direction field. This direction field is based on two variables on the horizontal and vertical axis. The direction field shows what happens to the relationship between these two variables as the parameter , meaning time passes. As the time is traced out along the curve, interpretation of the solution curve means picking the right numeric coordinate values for and and interpreting their relationship based on the context the question is given. Sample Question A phase trajectory is given for the population of horse and lion. 1) Describe how each population changes as time goes by.
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