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Applications of Systems of Differential Equations

Predator-Prey Problems

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You should have gotten the predictable responses:

rab1=rabfox1[[1,1,2]]
Solution Part 1

fox1=rabfox1[[1,2,2]]
Solution Part 2

Let's now take a look at our two solutions by graphing them with respect to t. First we'll plot a graph of rab1, assigning it the name rab1plot. We'll plot it on the interval 0 ≤ t ≤ 10, and make it come out red. The command required would be:

rab1plot=Plot[rab1,{t,0,10},
   PlotStyle->Red]

Jump to Mathematica and issue the command now.

Let's go see what you should have gotten...


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ODE Laboratories: A Sabbatical Project by Christopher A. Barker

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