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dx/dt=x(1-x)-5xy/(5x+1) dy/dt=ry(1-y/x) By setting dx/dt = 0, find the curve in the phase plane where the trajectories of dx/dt and dy/dt are vertical, and by setting dy/dt = 0, find the curve in the phase plane where the trajectories are horizontal. I have no idea how to find the solutions that are vertical here

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