For simple differential equations like y'=y(y-3) where there 2 roots, is it possible for y to approach y=root for both roots? Or must one diverge while the other converges? For multiple roots, can it only converge on one root, the others all diverging?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If it can converge on multiple roots, can you provide an equation example?

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# Slope fields:Can y converge on two roots?

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