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Can someon please help!! I'm totally lost and if you can start me off, I'd really appreciate it! (it's attached)

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    oh fun, systems of differential equations

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    can you please help me?!!

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    if anyone knows this off the top of their head,feel free to jump in but i need to look this up cause i havent done this in a while

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    oh ok but if you figure it out please let me know!

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    x1'=-.025x1+.01x2+1 x2'=-.02 x1 -.01x2 \[x_1'=F(x_1,x_2)\] \[x_2'=G(x_1,x_2)\] \[\frac{dU}{dt} = AU\] \[U= \left(\begin{matrix}u \\ v\end{matrix}\right)\] \[A= \left[\begin{matrix}F_x & F_y \\ G_x & G_y\end{matrix}\right]\] find eigenvalues& eigenvectors

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