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Zifeng Qiu

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How do I calculate the coefficients C in this function while P and T are given?
T=[4:4:24]'; P=[1e-4;2.5e-4;6e-4;1e-3;1.6e-3;2.25e-3]; plot(T,P) %find C with the given vectors

23 days ago | 1 answer | 0

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How to calculate the jumper's final distance on this problem?
This is a Matlab Grader problem for calculating the jumper's final distance with given conditions. I wrote the code down below f...

1 month ago | 1 answer | 0

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What am I missing here?
This is a Matlab grader problem for calculating the jumper's distance, I follow the code that my professor was provided, what am...

1 month ago | 0 answers | 0

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What did I do wrong?
I am trying to solve the second question which is k in the given model, what did I do wrong? function [tv, uv] = RK4(f, u0,...

1 month ago | 0 answers | 0

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What did I do wrong here?
I am trying to calculate the amount of fish I can catch in a year based on this model. What did I do wrong? The answer that I g...

1 month ago | 1 answer | 0

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How to solve for k in this model?
I have a question about how to solve for the variable k in this model. Where RK4 is a function that I wrote before. u0 = 5...

1 month ago | 1 answer | 0

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How to solve problem 2?
This is a problem dynamics problem, how do I solve for the variable k in the function? u0 = 5000; % This is the answer to t...

1 month ago | 0 answers | 0

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How to do this problem?
I am trying to solve this problem about population dynamics. It's asking me to model the population base on the model and the fu...

1 month ago | 1 answer | 0

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What did I do wrong here?
u0 = 5000; lambda = 0.03; pm = 9000; k = 100; f = @(p) lambda*p*(1-p/pm)-k pf = RK4(f,u0,10,100)

1 month ago | 1 answer | 0

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What am I missing here?
f=@(t,u) t*(u^.2-u+0.5); [tv,uv]=BE(f,1,10,100); function [tv, uv] = BE(f, u0, T, n) dt = T/n; % Differential of time. t...

1 month ago | 1 answer | 0