1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Upthrow simulation Conditions: initial velocity v=10m/s, initial height h=0m when t=0. Gravity acceleration g=10m/s2 . Using Simulink to simulate the variation of height with time when t≥0. 2. Relevant equations I figured that the governing equation should be: Height = initial velocity (u) * time + 1/2 * acceleration * t^2 3. The attempt at a solution Height = initial velocity (u) * time + 1/2 * acceleration * t^2 Height = 10 t * 1/2 * -10 * t^2 Height = 10 t - 5 t^2 I don't have a clue on how to simulate the height of the ball since it is a second order differentiation. Since the height varies with time, then isn't it dh/dt? So, is it: dh/dt = 10 - 5t ? (I pulled the t out, and made it into differentiation) Now again, I have been taught simulink by my lecturer for a mere one hour, and I honestly am clueless on how to simulate that (if the governing equation is right). Any help will be much appreciated, thank you.