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I use Maple 15 and I want to take the real and the imaginary part of a simple expression e.g. 5*Dirac(x)+3*I, having already assumed x a real value. However, Maple seems to have problem with the Dirac function. The output looks like this:

> assume(x, 'real');> Re(5*Dirac(x)+3*I); 5 Re(Dirac(x))> Im(5*Dirac(x)+3*I); 3 + 5 Im(Dirac(x))

Any thoughts on how to overcome this are welcomed.

Hi I'm new to maple and have to solve this:

Find the transferfunctionI beleve the answer should be:H(s) = Y(s)/G(s) = 1/(s^2+(1/4)s+1) (correct me if I'm wrong)but i have to show how to do it in Maple in a scool project

please help me have tried for several hours now, but cant get it right

I want to solve equations,program in maple as follows:

solve({n = b+2*c+q+2*r, (a+b+c)/(p+q+r) = 9, n*b-3.32*a*(a+p+2*n)*10^(-7)*t^(5/2)*exp(-18.27*10^4/t) = 0, n*c-3.32*a*(a+p+2*n)*10^(-7)*t^(5/2)*exp(-32.035*10^4/t) = 0, n*q-3.32*p*(a+p+2*n)*10^(-7)*t^(5/2)*exp(-9.16*10^4/t) = 0, n*r-3.32*p*(a+p+2*n)*10^(-7)*t^(5/2)*exp(-18.77*10^4/t) = 0, a+b+c+p+q+r+n-.73*10^28/t = 0}, {a, b, c, n, p, q, r})

I can't get the results but "Warning, solutions may have been lost"

Can anyone help me write a procedure for Maple 15 that does the following:

INPUT: number of unknowns and equations n; augmented matrix A=[aij], where 1<=i<=n and 1<=j<=n+1.OUTPUT: solution x[1], x[2], ... , x[n] or message that the linear system has no unique solution.

Step 1: For i=1,...,n-1 do steps 2-4. # Elimination process.

Step 2: Let p be the smallest integer with i<=p<=n and A[p,i]≠0. ...

I have this

plotS := plots[:-implicitplot3d](S0(2, 1, x0, sigmaH) = S0(c, delta, xT, sigmaL), c = 0 .. 4, delta = 1 .. 3, xT = .8 .. 1)

to draw the graph below. What I would really like is to revert the direction of the xT axis. Any way to do this??

Thank you for your help

I want to write a code to generate Legendre Polynomials using the Gram-Schmidt Process. I have no experience with programing. Here is how the process should work:

Given "(f) = {f[0]=1, f[1]=x , f[2]=x^(2) , f[3]=x^(3) , ... , f[n]=x^(n)} " Find the Legendre Polynomials: "{P[0] , P[1] , P[2] , P[3] , ... , P[n]}"

First, P[0]=f[0]=1

then, the rest are defined recursively by

P[1]=f[1]-(()/())*P[0] = x

I have a problem with animations using a density plot as background.

The density plot covers the animation.

Here is an example:

plt:=densityplot(-(x^2+y^2),x=-1..1,y=-1..1);animate(plot,[[sin(r)*cos(t),sin(r)*sin(t),t=0..2*Pi],thickness=10],r=0..Pi,background=plt);

Can this be solved?

Best regards

anthei

I am unable to find where the problem is within a plot. Here is the error message: Error, (in plot) incorrect first argument [(k-1)*r*(cos(t)+cos(k-1)*t/(k-1)), (k-1)*r*(sin*t-sin(k-1)*t/(k-1)), t = 1 .. 1, r = 1 .. 1, k = 3 .. 3]

Is there a symbol or something that i am supposed to be looking for in the error message so i know where the error is occuring?

Firstly applogies for if this question has been asked before.

I am trying to plot a simple epidemic model for where I can change the rates.

My equations are:

de1:= diff(X(t),t)=a*X(t).Y(t);

de2:=diff(Y(t),t)=a*X(t).Y(t) - b*Y(t);

where X is susceptibles and Y is infected.

I would like to be able to produce a graph with the susceptible and infected plotted. Where i can change the initial conditions of X(0) and Y(0) using sliders...

I have two inequalities in the complex variable z, called "ineq" and "ineq2". When I issue the following plotting command, I can show the region of the complex plane that satisfies both inequalities: It appears as a black region:

plots[implicitplot](eval(ineq = ineq2, z = x+I*y), x = -8 .. 8, y = -8 .. 8, gridrefine = 3, filled = true)

Now, I would like to generate a similar overlap plot, but for three inequalities,...

Hi,

I just noticed something rather peculiar (well, to me, at least). When I compute the limit

limit((1-1/x)^(-x),x=-infinity)

as is, I get the expected result of exp(1).

However, if I load the RealDomain package prior to computing the limit,

with(RealDomain):

I get that the limit is undefined.

Any ideas as to why that is the case? Thanks!

As an intermediate result in a longer calculation I got the following equation:

Isolating p, Maple delivers

Calculated manually,...

Dear all,

Maple gives me the complete solution to the attached PDE. This solution is expressed in terms of KummerU and KummerM. What I want is to obtain the solution for real numbers only, i.e. I want to get rid of the possible imaginary numbers in the solution. This implies that the separation constant, _c1, must be less or equal to 2r.

How can I do this?

Furthermore, the four arbitrary constants will need to be determined through boundary conditions....

Hi all

Im trying to calculate scientific error propagation with data from Excel. Unfortunately Im having troubles making the package work. What I want to do is import a list from Excel with values, and another list of the error of each value.

The problem comes when using the Combine function on the imported arrays from excel.Could anyone help me work this out? I feel it should be possible for Maple to import tables from Excel, calculate the propagated error. ...

I have four equations:

eqs:={8x-5z=0, -5y-2x=0, 2z-8y=0} and 13x-4y+9z=1

I've been trying for the past hour to solve both equations for x, y, and z and have not been successful.

What commands do I use to solve this problem?

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