Symbiotic Species - differential equations related questions

• 1Symbiotic Species - differential equations

When two species, such as the rhinoceros and birds pictured below, coexist in a symbiotic (dependent relationship, they either increase together or decrease together.Typical equations for the growth rates of two such species might be:dx/dt = -4x + 4xydy/dt = -3y + 2xya. Find an equation relating x and y if x = 5 when y =1b. Find values of x and y sot hat both populations are constant.

• 2Systems of Differential Equations- Two models of interacting species

consider the two systems of differential equations shown below. each system models a type of interaction between two species, Species X and species Y.(i.) (ii.)How do I find the equilibrium points for the above system of equations?

• 3Model and solve using differential equations. Show all differential equations and all work.

1 An airplane takes off on a runway that is 2000 meters long. The plane starts off with an initial velocity of 15 meters/sec and moves with constant acceleration for25 seconds and then lifts off the end of the runway. How fast was the plane traveling (in meters/sec) on lift off?

• 4Differential Equations: Laplace Transforms, nonhomogeneous differential equations

Laplace transforms may by used to find particular solutions to somenonhomogeneous differential equations. Use Laplace transforms tofind a particular solution,, of .Hint: solve the initial value problemAny help will be rewarded. Thanks!

• 5Hello my question is what do this mean : A species is a distinct breeding group The distinctions with other species are maintained by :- 1- Geographical location/ seperation 2- Structural/mo

• 6Hello my question is what do this mean : A species is a distinct breeding group The distinctions with other species are maintained by :- 1- Geographical location/ seperation 2- Structural/mo

• 7Hello my question is what do this mean : A species is a distinct breeding group The distinctions with other species are maintained by :- 1- Geographical location/ seperation 2- Structural/morphological d

• 8Hello my question is what do this mean : A species is a distinct breeding group The distinctions with other species are maintained by :- 1- Geographical location/ seperation 2- Structural/morphological d

• 9Hello my question is what do this mean : A species is a distinct breeding group The distinctions with other species are maintained by :- 1- Geographical location/ seperation 2- Structural/morphological d