I am sadly one of those students who won’t be recieving any lectures in the next few weeks, and my teachers have told me to look online for help. So here I go.
I am stuck with a paper which is part of an later exam.

Make a program that can simulate populations of foxes (predators) and rabbits (pray).
The populations can be calculated one time step at a time :
Rabbit(tn+1) = Rabbit(tn) * (1 + a – b * Rabbit(tn) – c * Fox(tn))
Fox(tn+1) = Fox(tn) * (1 – d + e * Rabbit(tn) – f * Fox(tn)))
Try a = 0.1 b = 0.00002 c = 0.01 d = 0.01 e = 0.00002 f = 0.0001
(b and f represent damping)
Initial amount of rabbits = Rabbit(t0) = 500
Initial amount of foxes = Fox(t0) = 10
Time from 0 to 400
Make a graph showing how the populations changes in time.
What are the steady state values ?
Try also Initial amount of rabbits = Rabbit(t0) = 600
Initial amount of foxes = Fox(t0) = 16
You can experiment with the parameters and initial populations.
Remember that if a population at a time is 0 (or negative) the species is extinct.

I have made a calculator before in Python, but this seems to be a different task. The fact that I am dyscalculic does not help sadly =/
Do you know of any tutorials that cover something similar to this? I have no idea what to look for.

Hi Again.
So I managed to get some help with the code, but I have one issue.
I am getting an error “TypeError: unsupported operand type(s) for *: ‘function’ and ‘float’” at this line: