1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Program, without any built in functions (like ODE45), a solution to the Blasius Equation in Matlab that outputs boundary layer profiles for given x values, u values, etc. 2. Relevant equations 2f''' + f''f = 0 fj = fj-1 + Δη/2 * (gj + gj-1) gj = [Δη2/4][2gj+1/Δη2 + 2gj-1/Δη2 + fj*(gj+1 - gj-1)/2Δη] η = y[U/νx]1/2 3. The attempt at a solution So I'm not sure how to do this in Matlab. What do I put for f? I understand I can loop through once I have j-1, j, and j+1 terms, but I guess getting there and getting them into a form that I can manipulate evades me. And then afterwards what to do. How to I relate η to f in order to create boundary layer profiles? I can't use any built in functions like ODE45, but I wouldn't even know how to use that either so I guess that's ok!