Here is the table of Runge-Kutta values:

`x` `y` `F_1 = h dy/dx` `x+h/2` `y+F_1/2` `F_2` `y+F_2/2` `F_3` `x+h` `y+F_3` `F_4`
0 1 −0.0367879441 0.05 0.9816060279 −0.0345422394 0.9827288803 −0.0345434527 0.1 0.9654565473 −0.0315439326
0.1 0.9655827899 −0.0315443 0.15 0.9498106398 −0.0278769283 0.9516443257 −0.0278867954 0.2 0.9376959945 −0.023647342
0.2 0.937796275 −0.023648185 0.25 0.9259721824 −0.0189267761 0.9283328869 −0.0189548088 0.3 0.9188414662 −0.0138576597
0.3 0.9189181059 −0.0138588628 0.35 0.9119886745 −0.0084782396 0.9146789861 −0.0085314167 0.4 0.9103866892 −0.0029773028
0.4 0.9104421929 −0.0029786344 0.45 0.9089528756 0.0026604329 0.9117724093 0.002580704 0.5 0.9130228969 0.0082022376
0.5 0.913059839 0.0082010354 0.55 0.9171603567 0.013727301 0.9199234895 0.0136258867 0.6 0.9266857257 0.018973147
0.6 0.9267065986 0.0189722976 0.65 0.9361927474 0.0240794197 0.9387463085 0.0239658709 0.7 0.9506724696 0.0287752146
0.7 0.9506796142 0.0287748718 0.75 0.9650670501 0.0332448616 0.967302045 0.0331305132 0.8 0.9838101274 0.0372312889
0.8 0.9838057659 0.0372315245 0.85 1.0024215282 0.0409408747 1.0042762033 0.0408359751 0.9 1.024641741 0.0441484563
0.9 1.024628046 0.0441492608 0.95 1.0467026764 0.0470593807 1.0481577363 0.0469712279 1 1.0715992739 0.0494916177
1 1.0715783953

I haven't included any values after `y` in the bottom row as we won't be using them.

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