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Category | Programming |
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Subject | MATLAB |

Difficulty | College |

Status | Solved |

More Info | Matlab Assignment |

## Short Assignment Requirements

## Assignment Description

Tom cat is chasing Jerry mouse the initial distance between
them is S_{0}=100m. Tom runs V_{c}=4-at m/s (negative accident)
Jerry’s velocity depends on the distance between Tom& Jerry V= Vmax-Ks
(3-0.025 m/s), ds/ds= V_{m }- V_{c }= -1-025 +at m/s.

1. Find
the true solution. Plot it to find when will Tom catch Jerry with a=0.01 m/s^{2}.

2. If
a=0.01 m/s^{2}, use 4^{th} order Runge-Kutta method to compute
when will Tom catch Jerry. Use a step size so that you result reasonably
accurate compared with the true solution.

3. Use Adam-Bashforth Technique with your result from Runge-Kutta method as initial step to compute when will Tom catch Jerry.

4. Suppose Tom’s acceleration is unknown someone found did not catch Jerry in 2 minutes. Is it possible Tom will catch Jerry in his life time?