Posted by **Fatima** on Thursday, October 11, 2012 at 9:36am.

Show that the origin is the only equilibrium point of the system?

X=ax+by

Y=cx+dy

Wherea,b,c and d are constants, with ad-bc not aqual to 0(zero)

Please show me how to do this problem

Please show me the work

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