This assignment will count for 50% of your total grade in the course. ˆ Remember that all work you submit should be your own work.

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This assignment will count for 50% of your total grade in the course. ˆ Remember that all work you submit should be your own work. This assignment is not meant to be a team exercise. The University treats plagiarism very seriously. ˆ Ensure that your programs run without any error on the Harrison computers - Matlab version R2019a. Programs with errors may get zero marks. Additionally, ensure that you pay careful attention to the instructions and marking scheme below, particularly in regards to defining specific functions, commenting your code appropriately and ensuring its readability. Programs with no comments will get 20 % less than what would normally be awarded. ˆ You should submit your source code by 18:00 Friday 13th December 2019 ˆ If you have more general or administrative problems please e-mail me. Always include the course number (ECMM171P) in the subject of your e-mail. The path of a projectile is an interesting, important, and sometimes challenging problem. It’s very likely that you will have studied the path of a projectile in the absence of atmospheric drag in basic mechanics, since this can be derived analytically. In the real world, however, drag can significantly alter the trajectory. Unfortunately, in introducing this effect, we lose the ability to analytically obtain solutions for the projectile’s trajectory: simulating the trajectory is therefore required. In this assignment, you will therefore write a Matlab program that computes trajectories under the influence of drag, and use this to solve a simple targeting problem.

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