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A two population model is satisfied by a system of differential equations given by,

V(x,y) = (ax,by)^T

The general solution of the system of differential equations has x = áe^at for some constant á.

The parameter t can be eliminated and we can express y in terms of x in the form xy = C where C is some constant.

When a = 5.39, state the value of b that will satisfy xy = C.

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