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I'm new with maple and I can't seem to fix my problem. I want to enter in a textbox1.text in Visual Basic, a function -cos(x) for example- and calling a maple procedure to differentiate it and print it in textbox2.text

I've tried EvalMapleStatement and tried also to convert from maple object the result of diff() function with MapleToString.

Maybe you can also tell me what sort of result returns the function diff(). VB recieves only some numbers that are different for every function I input in textbox1.text from what i've done here.

with(Maplets[Elements]); MySimpleMaplet := Maplet([["Bienvenido Usuario al Generador de Solidos de Revoluci?n"]]); Maplets[Display](MySimpleMaplet); Student[Calculus1][VolumeOfRevolutionTutor]();

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Hi, what are possible ways to exchange data between Maple and solidworks ? Assume i have a Matrix -created in Maple- that contains 3d data for a CAD model. Is it possible to pass this data to solidworks ?

Thanks

when i run a program that returns a expression, example : f=3%1 + 2 cos(phi2 + phi3) %1 := sin(phi3 + phi4 + phi2) How to return f =3sin(phi3 + phi4 + phi2)+2 cos(phi2 + phi3) I'm using MAPLE TOOLBOX FOR MATLAB, run in Matlab windown.

i'm using Maple Toolbox For Matlab. How to do this : sin(x)*cos(y)+sin(y)*cos(x) = sin(x+y) ?.

i used " simple" command but not done.

Yesterday was one of those remarkable days when everything seems just about right. The highlight was an email message I received from a Prof. Fang from Ryerson University notifying us that we had been both nominated and awarded the Omond Solandt Award by the Canadian Operational Research Society for ongoing and outstanding contribution to the field of Operations Research (OR). No, it’s not a Nobel Prize or an Oscar, but whenever a group of smart people publically recognize our work, the honor and pride are genuine.

pls solve this

Hi

I'm trying to work out how the Global Optimization Toolbox works and I thought I got it working. However, when I increase the ranges of the parameters over which the Toolbox should look for the solution (but still including the previous range), the outcome of the optimization changes, i.e. the toolbox finds different optimal parameter values and a different, and often higher, Sum of Squares (which is my evaluation criterium). I don't understand what I'm doing wrong!

An example:

Just started using the global optimization toolbox. Not sure if I am doing something wrong or if it is genuinely awful. After about 20mins it produces a fit that is dreadful,an alternative cheaper package (scop) produces a great fit in about 2 mins. Can anyone see what I'm doing wrong?

Hallo dear proffesionals of Maple

I use Debian 4.0 r3 version with gcc compiler v 4.xx

I have installed properly in my computer the Maple 11 version.

the problem is :

I want to have a solved example of linear programming model in maple software or any other software that has linear programming model

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Bonjour

Je voudrais savoir s'il était possible de faire fonctionner un maplet sans la visionseuse mapletviewer. Et dans le cas contraire la faire fonctionner à travers un serveur maplenet, Mais je ne sais pas comment m'y prendre. Quel est la démarche à suivre ? Merci de votre aide.

It’s a pity that Maple does not offer easy ways to plot the region between two curves in the xy-plane. The option “filled=true” can only plot the region between the curve y=f(x) and the x-axis.

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