Hey can someone please explain to me how to figure out how to match slope fields to their graphs without the use of a calculator?
for problem such as these: y'=-y b) y'=x-y
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you simply have to plot the slope/vector representations on a piece of paper... right?
im given the graphs but i want to know how can it up.
do you know how i can do it with finding the zeros
not exactly, but I do know that when y'=0 ; you have a high or low point, or even an inflection. You determine that by seeing if the sign of the slope changes; then its a high or low; or stays the same, then its an inflection....
by finding the zeros, you mean to determine f(x) from the f(x) = 0 information?
f'(x) = 0 stuff..that is
like this say 0=-y
hmm ... that doesnt look familiar to me, id wanna say that that simply means the y = 0 but without the proper context its hard to say..