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The general solution fo the following equations:
x'=2x-3y
y'=x-2y
Is, x=4C1e^2t, y=C1e^2t-3C2e^-2t
They ask for me to list a set of initial conditions (xo, yo) for which the solution is stable, i.e, (x, y)-->(0,0) for large t.
I don't understand this part of the problem.
x'=2x-3y
y'=x-2y
Is, x=4C1e^2t, y=C1e^2t-3C2e^-2t
They ask for me to list a set of initial conditions (xo, yo) for which the solution is stable, i.e, (x, y)-->(0,0) for large t.
I don't understand this part of the problem.