1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Question: A ball is launched from a height of 12m. It should land in a pool that has a length of 22m and is 9m away from the wall. Find the minimum and maximum initial velocities for the ball to land in the pool. The ramp is angled at 1 radian such that vy = 0.54v and vx = 0.84v at time zero. The ball will not be airborned for more than 3 seconds. 2. Relevant equations px= vx*t py = 12m+vy*t vy = vy0 – t *9.81 m/s^2 vi = [vx0 vy0] (matlab) 3. The attempt at a solution So I tried to write a loop for it. My nested for loop goes on forever...can someone please help? s= 'DEAD'; k = 'ALIVE'; v0=0:0.01:100; t=0:0.01:3; for r=1:length(v0); v00=v0(r); vxx=v0(r)*0.84; vyy=v0(r)*0.54; pxi=vxx.*t; for j = 1:length(pxi); if pxi(j)<9; fprintf('%s', s); elseif pxi(j)>31; fprintf('%s', s); else fprintf('%s', k); end; j=j+1; end; end; PLEASE help! I think my approach may be wrong. If anyone can provide some pseducode :/ I suck at matlab!