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Applications of Systems of Differential Equations

Predator-Prey Problems

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We have been carefully naming each of the pictures that we've been making so that we could refer to them by name later in the laboratory. Now the moment has come when we'll actually make use of all six of the foxes versus rabbits graphs that we've made.

What we're going to do is display all six rabfoxplots on the same graph, so that we can see how they compare with one another. Once again we'll be using the Show command. We'll also include a PlotRange->All option to ensure that no points are left out.

The command we'll use is:

Show[rabfoxplot1,rabfoxplot2,rabfoxplot3,
   rabfoxplot4,rabfoxplot5,rabfoxplot6,
   PlotRange->All]

Go back to Mathematica, and issue the command now.

Let's move on and discuss the picture that you just made...


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ODE Laboratories: A Sabbatical Project by Christopher A. Barker

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