Bifurcations: Example 1

Example: Consider the autonomous equation

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with parameter a.

1.
Draw the bifurcation diagram for this differential equation.
2.
Find the bifurcation values and describe how the behavior of the solutions changes close to each bifurcation value.

Solution.

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