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dy/dx = -y(y-1)(y+5) The differential equation has an equilibrium solution at y=0, at y=1 and y=-5. The third equilibrium in that list can be classified as (stable or unstable). If y(x) is the solution, to the initial value problem where y(-5) = 2, then lim x approaches infinity, y(x) equals what?