## Equilibrium Points for Nonlinear Differential Equations

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Finding and classifying equilibrium solutions to a 1st order autonomous ODE.

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The Hessian matrix is a way of organizing all the second partial derivative information of a multivariable function.

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How to Solve for the Critical points of a function.See Next Video on how to Find the Absolute Max/Min Values of a function.

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