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Aaron
04/28/99 9:40pm

I am having difficulty plotting the slope filed for the equation:
p'[x]==.20p[x](1-(p[x]/5))-.21(1+Sin t)

I know how to plot the field if I take off the (1+Sin t), and it works fine. But I can't figure out how to get this equation to work. Do I have to include a range for t? I keep getting an error about:
Transpose::''nmtx'':
''The first two levels of the one-dimensional list cannot be transposed.''

and a whole list of other problems. Is it possible to get a slope field for this equation?

I was also wondering if it is possible to plot a phase line with mathematica 3.0? Thanks for any and all help....

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Complex Slope Field Aaron 04/28/99 9:40pm
Re: Complex Slope Field P.J. Hinton 04/30/99 06:29am
Re: Complex Slope Field Aaron 05/02/99 6:22pm
Re: Complex Slope Field Jason Knapp 06/01/99 06:58am
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