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what would be the best way to hand sketch the solutions without using an explicit solution?

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what would be the best way to hand sketch the solutions without using an explicit solution?

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Then use your expressions for dx/dt and dy/dt to generate pairs of (x,y) for increasing t, you know what to start from, as its a given in your problem. You need to think about what dx/dt and dy/dt represent to make the table correctly.

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