Which represents the prey what reasons do you have

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Unformatted text preview: otka-Volterra equation and is supposed to represent the evolution of the populations of a predator and its prey as a function of time, A, B, C, D are positive constants.(12 pts: 4 each) (a) Which of the variables, x(t) or y (t), represents the predator? Which represents the prey? What reasons do you have for your choice? (b) What do the parameters A, B, C, and D represent? Why do you say so? (c) Are there values for the populations that would lead to a stable solution for both groups? Y...
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