Yeah. We asked to sketch what this the solutions that this differential equation kind of looks like what we would expect it to look like, why prime equals 2/3 Y -3. So we'll call this thing Z. And we can plot that. It's obviously just a line here. So Z is a function of why it crosses zero at let's see 4.5. So what that says is when y equals 4.5, why primary zero? So why is it changing? So there's this equilibrium point here. But that equilibrium point? Well, in in future instability analysis you would say that is an unstable equilibrium point. And why? Why is that? Well, you can see here, say we started five, just a little bit above that. started five. We can see that the derivative is positive. So we're gonna go to higher values of why. So we're going to move out here where the derivatives positive, we're going to move out here and then we're going to keep moving and moving out and moving out. So where if we start, if we think about our trajectory along this line here, basically parameter. Rised by T. We start here and we're gonna go off this way, we start over here, notice that we have the slope is negative, why prime is negative over here. So we're gonna go to smaller values and it's still negative, we're gonna go to smaller values and go to smaller values and we're just gonna keep going off in that direction. So unless we start exactly right there, we're going to basically move away from here. And so what happens is we can see the first case, we have three, so we're gonna move off that way. So this plot is gonna go, you know, it's gonna cover around here, but then eventually it's gonna actually three is down here in the blue, it's gonna shoot off to infinity. Um as he goes to his t coast infinity. So it's just gonna keep growing exponentially. Obviously you can solve this differential equation exactly, and so you can see but the exponential growth Now for six, that case we start over here and so we actually grow exponentially and why it gets um large in the positive direction exponentially. So we have a curve that looks like this. And so obviously they started them for values here, but because I've plotted out, you know, I've used a big scale here, we can kind of everything gets smeared together.