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What does a "trajectory graph" of such a system show, exactly? And how can you draw one?

What's the difference between such a trajectory-graph and an ordinary slope-field for a single linear differential equation?

Thanks! :)

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What does a "trajectory graph" of such a system show, exactly? And how can you draw one?

What's the difference between such a trajectory-graph and an ordinary slope-field for a single linear differential equation?

Thanks! :)

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If you have a "slope field" for a differential equation, each of the trajectories must be parallel to the slope field lines at each point.

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