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My teacher told me to find a problem from the internet based on Cannon throwing a ball, and then to try to solve it using gnu octave.

My problem is that I didnt find any problem with cannon.

Can you please tell me where to find?

Best Regards

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In summary, the speaker's teacher assigned them to find a problem related to a cannon throwing a ball and solve it using gnu octave. However, the speaker is struggling to find a suitable problem and is asking for suggestions. They clarify that they only need a problem to solve, not the solution.

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My teacher told me to find a problem from the internet based on Cannon throwing a ball, and then to try to solve it using gnu octave.

My problem is that I didnt find any problem with cannon.

Can you please tell me where to find?

Best Regards

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platonas1 said:

My teacher told me to find a problem from the internet based on Cannon throwing a ball, and then to try to solve it using gnu octave.

My problem is that I didnt find any problem with cannon.

Can you please tell me where to find?

Best Regards

Anyone Please? I just need to give me a problem regarding cannon ball which it can be solved using gny octave! No need to solve it for me!

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I would suggest starting your search by looking at physics or engineering problems related to projectile motion. This could include problems involving cannonball trajectories, optimal launch angles, or maximum range calculations. You can also try searching for specific keywords such as "cannonball problem" or "cannonball trajectory problem" on academic websites or forums. Additionally, you may want to consult with your teacher or a mentor for guidance on finding a suitable problem to solve with GNU Octave. Good luck!

GNU Octave is an open-source, high-level programming language primarily used for numerical computations and data analysis. It is similar to MATLAB and can be used for a wide range of scientific and engineering applications.

GNU Octave has a variety of built-in functions and powerful tools that can be used to model and solve complex problems, including those related to projectile motion and cannon trajectories. It also allows for easy visualization of results, making it a useful tool for analyzing and solving cannon problems.

GNU Octave is a versatile programming language and can be used to solve a wide range of problems, including those related to cannons. However, its effectiveness may vary depending on the complexity and specific requirements of the problem. It is always best to evaluate the problem and determine if GNU Octave is the most suitable tool for the job.

Yes, GNU Octave has the capability to handle both 2D and 3D problems. Its built-in functions allow for the manipulation of vectors and matrices, making it suitable for solving problems in multiple dimensions.

Yes, there are many online tutorials, forums, and documentation available for learning how to use GNU Octave for various applications, including cannon problems. The official GNU Octave website also has a comprehensive user manual and a list of resources for beginners.

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