2nd Order ODEs

Once upon a time I was interested in Ordinary Differential Equations, so I was thinking ...

... I was thinking that I should solve one or two, numerically, just to ...
>What's that got to do with Investing stuff?

... just to entertain myself.

Here's a spreadsheet which I enjoy playing with:

There's an explanation sheet which looks something like THIS
 >You find this interesting? If we solve: dx/dt = x - x*y dy/dt = -y + x*y then it describes a rabbit population which tends to grow except when there are too many wolves in which case the rabbit population decreases and the wolves die off when there aren't many rabbits to eat so with fewer wolves the rabbits multiply and with lots of rabbits the wolf population grows again and ... >zzzZZZ ... and you can get pictures, sorta like so which shows the rise and fall of the populations and ...

>Huh? There's just 2 rabbits, decreasing to 0.5 rabbits? You kidding?
Well, we can assume they're measured in hundreds ... or thousands or ...
>zzzZZZ
How about another sheet which looks like THIS ??
>zzzZZZ

 Fixed Up

For a more simple-minded spreadsheet, you can try this one:

>Why simple-minded?
It don't do Runge-Kutta