# How do you draw the slope field of the differential equation #y'=(y^2-y-2)(1-y^2)# ?

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In red the equilibrium points.

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To draw the slope field of the differential equation ( y' = (y^2 - y - 2)(1 - y^2) ), you follow these steps:

- Choose a set of ( x ) and ( y ) values to plot in the ( xy )-plane.
- For each ( (x, y) ) point, calculate the value of ( y' ) using the given differential equation.
- Plot a small line segment with slope equal to the calculated value of ( y' ) at each ( (x, y) ) point.

Repeat these steps for various ( x ) and ( y ) values to obtain a visual representation of the slope field across the ( xy )-plane.

Keep in mind that the slope field provides a visual guide to the behavior of solutions to the differential equation. It illustrates how the slope of the solution curve changes at different points in the ( xy )-plane based on the given differential equation.

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