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The academics and the technicians of a university faculty are planning a paintball battle and the mathematicians are trying to predict their chances of winning with a continuous model. They are representing the numbers in the two teams at any time t as and respectively and have decided that the system to model the encounter should be dA/dT=  k2T and dT/dt=  K1A, where k1 and k2 are positive constants.
Using the eigenvalue , can you solve the system of ODEs.
 2 years ago
The academics and the technicians of a university faculty are planning a paintball battle and the mathematicians are trying to predict their chances of winning with a continuous model. They are representing the numbers in the two teams at any time t as and respectively and have decided that the system to model the encounter should be dA/dT=  k2T and dT/dt=  K1A, where k1 and k2 are positive constants. Using the eigenvalue , can you solve the system of ODEs.

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oldrin.bataku
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