Question 1:I'm using nested for loops, and any assignments
or other statements I make within the second loop do not appear.
At first I didn't think statements in the inner loop were being processed
at all but I could force
something to print by using lprint. Why don't they print regularly and how can
I make them print?
Question 2:I have an expression in three variables ()
and three symbolic parameters ().
I want to find the coefficients of
and but Maple seems to treat the expression as a polynomial in
six variables.
I tried using collect but Maple puts a precedence on the
variables. I want them equally weighted. Do I have to write a program to
do this?
Question 4:I generated a Taylor series using the series
command and now I want to evaluate it at several values. But I can't seem to
get rid of the O(..) term.
Question 5:Now I've converted my series to a polynomial. I've
decided to drop the last few terms, those of degree higher than 5.
I tried to assign zero to but that gave me a syntax error. Then I tried
to substitute zero for but that only zeroed the term.
Question 6:I have assigned a matrix to A.
If I just type A;
all I get is the name A. I don't see the matrix.
Why is this different from
a polynomial and how can I see the matrix?
Question 7:Can I print Maple graphs (2D or 3D) even if I don't have a graphics terminal?
Question 8:How do I find out what algorithms
Maple uses for a specific function?
Question 9:How can I make Maple pull constants outside the
integration?
Question 10:I want to compute the definite integral
.
How can I tell Maple that is positive? In general, how can I
declare a name to be positive, real, integral, even, odd, etc.
Question 11:I want to plot the following piecewise defined
function in Maple but I always seem to get an error.
Let if and if .
I defined as a Maple procedure thus
f := proc(x,y) if x>y then erf(x-y) else erf(y-x) fi end;