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Thank you for your help, and sorry for not being very clear.


What I am wanting to do is on eq1's curve indicade when it has a higher or lower value of x[u] than eq2. I don't actually want to have eq2 on my plot. 

What the equations describe is a biologically function, so has to be ploted in the postive quater. Eq2 indicates the stability of eq1. 

@Rouben Rostamian  


Yes you would be correct in assuming that eq1=0 and eq2=0. 

I understand that algerbraically if both eq1=eq2=0, however when you plot the curves a parts eq1's x[u] value is greater than eq2's x[u] value for the same x[m], and vis versa. I possiablly have word the question wrong.  

But what I want to be able to do it plot eq1 and on that one curve indicated when eq2 or eq1 has the larger value for x[u]. 


Not quite. I want to display the grey regions within one curve. 

The only way I can work out how to do it is finding the incterception points and then drawing several graphs within the intereption reagions and then plots[display] them together. Like in the example I've attached. 

@Rouben Rostamian  apoplogise that was a typo - corrected now

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