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Equation 1: (d[Y])/dt = k1 - v2[Y]*((ϵ^2+([X]/Kn )^2)/(1+([X]/Kn )^2 ))

Equation 2: (d[X])/dt = v2[Y]*((ϵ^2+([X]/Kn )^2)/(1+([X]/Kn )^2 )) - k3[X]

Kn=3 and ϵ=0

How do I find the value of [X] when system is at steady state?

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