First off, Thanks in advance for anyone that can provide me with some help on this one.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

i'm trying to tackle this problem and am not totally sure on probably this simplest part of the whole thing. I'm trying to find the equilibrium points for this competing model.

Obviously (0,0) is an equilib point but I just can't think of an easy way to find the rest of the equilibrium points.

Any of your help is appreciated. Thanks again.

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# A Competing Species Model

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