Create empty matrices: v, D0, Di, Dv = 100a = L ./ (0.5 * p * V^2 * S)b = vc = 0.5 * p * V^2 * S * Cd0d = a^2 * 0.5 * p * V^2 * S ./ (pi * e * AR)e = c + dAdd b to v, c to D0, d to Di, and e to D (Adding to matrices)Is v > 350?Increase v by 5YesNoAAOutput: Plot D0 vs. v on figure 1; Checkered red line with star markersOutput: Plot Di vs. v on figure 1; Dashed pink line with circle markersOutput: Plot D vs. v on figure 1; Dotted blue line with square markersStopOutput: Figure 1; title = "Types of Forces (lbs.) vs. Velcocity (ft/s)"; xlabel = "Velocity (ft/s)"; ylabel = "Force (lbs.)"
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