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The equilibrium of biological and ecological networks is often studied using eigenvector-eigenvalue analyses in order to reckon steady/unsteady properties and trajectories. Although at equilibrium inputs equal outputs for all the system variables, network flows continue to happen. Therefore, in this study I face three underestimated topics of network equilibrium: equilibrium flows, equilibrium sensitivity and equilibrium what-if properties. Using an applicative example, I show here that thesefatcat:zon3gcwnibbbheogjpyl52qm3i