Use the fourth order Runge-Kutta formula to advance the differential equation:
dy/dt = y with y(0)=1 forward one step h. That is find y(h).
The Attempt at a Solution
The Runge-Kutta formula is:
k(2)=f[x(i)+1/2 hk(1), t(i)+1/2 h]
k(3)=f[x(i)+1/2 hk(2), t(i)+1/2h]
I have no idea how to continue though, so any help would be great! thanks