i have the ode(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

dx/dt = x^4 +4(x^3) - 60(x^2)

generally the solution s x(t) satisfy x(0) = x[0]

and i found out that the

attactor is -10

repellor is 6

and 0 is niether

however i want to describe the asymptotic behaviour of the solution satisfying x(0) = 1/2 , which is were i got stuck??

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# Asymptotic behaviour

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