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# hw2a - function hw2a tinit = 0 tfinal = 1/60 h =...

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function hw2a f tinit = 0; tfinal = 1/60; h = tfinal/3000; k(1) = 500; % (uM-1*min-1) k(2) = 5000; % (min-1) k(3) =24; % (min-1) k(4) =0.24; % (min-1) k(5)= 500; % (uM-1min-1) k(6) =50; % (min-1) k(7) =0.5; % (min-1) k(8) =0.5; % (min-1) L(1) = 10; % (uM) R(1) = 10; % (uM) D(1) = 10; % (uM) LR(1) = 0; % (uM) LD(1) = 0; % (uM) L %The equation for concentration of L to be solved it: % %dL(t)/dt = -k1*L(t)*R(t) + k2*LR(t) - k5*L(t)*D(t) + k6*LD(t); % %The equation for concentration of R to be solved it: % %dR(t)/dt = -k1*L(t)*R(t) + k2*LR(t) - k7*L(t)*R(t) + k8*L(t)*D(t); % %The equation for concentration of LR to be solved it: % %dLR(t)/dt = k1*L(t)*R(t) - k2*LR(t) - k3*Lr(t) + k4*LD(t); % %The equation for concentration of LD to be solved it: % %dLD(t)/dt = k3*LR(t) - k4*LD(t) + k5*L(t)*D(t) - k6*LD(t) % %The equation for concentration of D to be solved it: % %dD(t)/dt = k7*L(t)*R(t) - K8*L(t)*D(t) + k6*LD(t) - k5*L(t)*D(t) % %--------------counti-------------------- % n = ((tfinal-tinit)/h)+1;

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