Hello, Marcorupert!
From your title, you're making the problem sound trickier than it is.
We have: .
Integrate: .
Integrate: .
We are told that
. .
We are told that
. .
Therefore: .
the question Im having a hard time dealing with is this equation
y"(t)=-g where g is the gravity at 9.8m/s^2
and the boundaries are
y(0)=0.9144 and y(3)=0
how to solve this problem? I am having trouble with runge kutta since it is only a constant function? what to do pls?
I need to know how many shots to and the graph. thanks
Hello, Marcorupert!
From your title, you're making the problem sound trickier than it is.
We have: .
Integrate: .
Integrate: .
We are told that
. .
We are told that
. .
Therefore: .