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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of isoclines

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of isoclines:
/ajsɑklajnz/

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  1. Okay, first thing, what are the isoclines? Well, the isoclines
  2. the isoclines for, well, what are they? They are the isoclines for C equals two, and C
  3. and answered some questions about the isoclines,
  4. isoclines. Why?
  5. as our convention, isoclines are in dashed lines,
  6. we do plot isoclines, to indicate that they are not solutions, we'll use dashed lines
  7. be a good idea to put isoclines. Okay, so I'm going to put solution curves in pink,
  8. or whatever this color is, and isoclines are going to be in orange, I guess. So, isocline,
  9. isoclines first.
  10. And then, once you have the isoclines there, you will have line elements. And you can draw
  11. the isoclines are going to be y.
  12. Okay, so here's our plane. The isoclines are going to be lines through the origin. And
  13. still dash because these are isoclines. Here, C is negative one. And so, the slope elements
  14. complicated ones. But here, the isoclines would be what? Well, I set that equal to C.
  15. So, I'll isoclines are in orange. If so, when C equals
  16. the first thing to do is to look at a couple isoclines.
  17. So what are the isoclines for this differential equation?
  18. Now, for more general isoclines, we're
  19. to see exactly what the isoclines are.
  20. OK, so why don't we take a look and plot a couple isoclines?