Estimation of a function

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Let ##x(t)\in C^1(\mathbb{R}_+,\mathbb{R}^m)## be a vector-function such that

1) ##\|x(t)\|+\|\dot x(t)\|\to 0## as ##t\to\infty## and

2) for all ##t>0## one has ##\|x(t)\|\le c_1\|\dot x(t)\|##


Is it true that ##\|x(t)\|\le c_2 e^{-c_3t}##? Here ##c_i## are positive constants.
 

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No.$$x(t)= \frac{1}{t^3} \left(sin(t^2),cos(t^2)\right)$$
 
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shame on me. Thanks!
 

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