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I'm a little confused as to the difference between a phase plane and a phase portrait. What is the difference precisely?

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  1. er10
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    The phase plane is a two-dimensional analogue to the phase line for an autonomous, first-order differential equation. The phase portrait is simply the phase plane populated with equilibria and particular solution trajectories (or phase curves.)

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