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Well, I'm having problems with this script, I'm taking my first course on differential equations, and I am trying to write a script that approximates the values of the solution of a differential equation, and compares them to the exact solution using a table of values, it must also calculate the error, the problem is that I cannot make the table to appear using a column for each variable, instead, the values are spread horizontally and everything is pretty messed up, Its the first time I use Matlab and I might have a lot more mistakes, can anyone help me?

2. Relevant equations

the equations are pretty simple, they are in the bottom of the script I wrote

3. The attempt at a solution

this is what I wrote

function [t P] = Euler(t0,P0,L,N) % Nombrando la función y estableciendo los datos necesarios

Close all;

h=L./N; % estableciendo tamaño de paso

t=[]; P=[]; % t y P son vectores vacíos

t(1)=t0+h;

P(1)=P0+h.*f(t0, P0); % Estableciendo los primeros componentes de t y P

for n=1:N-1

t(n+1)=t(n)+h;

P(n+1)=P(n)+(h.*(f(t(n), P(n))));

end

Paprox=P;

Pexacta= SolucionExacta(t);

error=abs(Pexacta-Paprox);

% Para imprimir la tabla

fprintf(' t Paproximada Pexacta error \n');

fprintf('---------------------------------------------------------------------------------\n');

fprintf( '%10.5f %10.5f %10.5f %10.5f', t ,Paprox, Pexacta, error);

% Para graficar

plot(t,P);

hold on

plot(t,Pexacta);

figure;

plot(t, error);

end

function ret=f(t,P)%para insertar la ecuación diferencial que deseamos resolver por aproximación

ret=(0.0225.*P-(0.0003.*(P.^2)));

end

function f=SolucionExacta(t) % Para establecer la solución aproximada y hacer comparación

f=(0.5625.*exp(0.0225.*t))./(0.015+(0.0075.*exp(0.0225.*t)));

end

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