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Old Nov 9th 2008, 12:34 AM   #1
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Help an Australian Engineering Student Pass His Numerical Analysis I exam!

Hey all,

I've run into a bit of trouble regarding State vectors and expressing equivalent first order equations.

We have a useless lecturer who spent all of five seconds on the topic yet it seems to be a frequent exam question.

Judging by the point allocation to the question it's probably not that hard, I'm just stumped.

See page 9 of the attached PDF, Question 3. I have several other similar questions from other past exams. They're all available through the University of Queensland website, MECH2700, without a student ID or password so I assume it's fine to post it freely on the net.



The following question asks to implement an RK4 which I can do, I just need the darn set of equations!

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I would be incredibly appreciative of any and all help as thus far friends, textbooks and the university have failed.
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