dot x=rx-hx^2+q, where dot x=\frac{dx}{dt}. I'm assuming r,h,q have different

cindakayumn 2022-02-16 Answered
x˙=rxhx2+q, where x˙=dxdt. I'm assuming r,h,q have different units.
I first tried τ=tt0 and A=xx0. Then I got dAx0dτt0=rAx0hA2x02+q. But I am not really sure where to go from there.
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legertopdxa
Answered 2022-02-17 Author has 8 answers
Can use physical dimensions to units:
x  m meter linear
rx  ωx;  r  frequency or angular velocity
q  v velocity
h=LTL2  ωm.
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