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I've worked the jacobian which is

[-3x^2 1;-5x^4 0] and the equilibrium is at (0,0)

so jac = [0 1;0 0]

and eigenvalues are both 0

so is the stability non isolated point??? and what i can say about the basin of attraction of the origin?

Could anyone help me?

thanks a lot

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# Stability of the equilibrium at (0,0)

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