MaplePrimes Questions


Generate 8 random 3 by 3 matrices using the RandomMatrix command from the  LinearAlgebra package. As each matrix is generated use Eigenvalues to compute its eigenvalues. Then take the product of the eigenvalues, and check that for each matrix, this product is equal to the determinant of the matrix.  
 

Hi!

I have a question here. Is there any way to simplify a complicated number expressed in terms of RootOf() forms?

I got numbers like

c:=(3/128)*RootOf(3*_Z^4-20*_Z^3+50*_Z^2-20*_Z+3)^3-(5/32)*RootOf(3*_Z^4-20*_Z^3+50*_Z^2-20*_Z+3)^2+(1/64)*sqrt(4+6*sqrt(6))+(25/64)*RootOf(3*_Z^4-20*_Z^3+50*_Z^2-20*_Z+3)-(3/128)*RootOf(3+3*_Z^2+(-3*RootOf(3*_Z^4-20*_Z^3+50*_Z^2-20*_Z+3)^3+20*RootOf(3*_Z^4-20*_Z^3+50*_Z^2-20*_Z+3)^2-47*RootOf(3*_Z^4-20*_Z^3+50*_Z^2-20*_Z+3))*_Z)-5/64

I am quite sure this number is 0: 
evalf(c, 100) gives:
0.+1.*10^(-101)*I

However, I tried simplify(c) and convert( c, 'radical' ) and some other choices of simplify() function. None of them can output 0. Is there any maple functions that can help me to simplify this kind of expressions?

Thanks!

William

Hi, I wondered if anyone knows a way to separate out addition (or subtraction) terms in an equation.

For example given eqn1:

eqn1:= (1/2)*p+1+(-4*p^2-p-1)/(3*p^3+7*p^2+2*p+2)

I would like to get the first rational term before the first plus (or minus) sign. In this case it would be (p/2).

This is a trivial example shown above but the real value in this is that I want to customize my own factorizations using the pratial fraction function of Maple. In this case I would not know eqn1 before hand but it would be the solution to some previous factorization and I need just the first term (before the first plus sign).

If anyone knows any tips or tricks that will set me on the right path to doing this it is most appreciated.

Hey, I'm sitting with an extremely annoying problem. Basically, I want a "Mathematical Expression" component to include a definition of a variable, so I want it to say, for example, "h := 3", now, I can easily type this into the component field myself, and it all works great, but I want to manipulate the field with a button component. Every time I attempt it, it seems as if the ":=" symbol is protected, however I can write it myself without trouble.

Good day, I need to 2D plot from points which I get by solving numerically 17-degree equations. Firstly I take an only first solution of the equation as below, and I have a Matrix with 3 column which represents X, Y, and VALUE respectively. On the left side should be the first column ( X ), and right axis Y (2. column). As seen from Matrix X and Y getting the value between 0 and 10. Is there any option that I can plot my data in 2D?  Thanks in advance.


points := seq(seq(seq(Fun[n, i, j], n = 0 .. step), i = 0 .. step), j = 1);
Mat := Matrix((step+1)^2, 3, [points]);
         .                             X                  Y                 VALUE
           
with(plots);
pointplot3d(Mat, style = point, color = black);
 
 

Hi

 

I have a system of equations (4) which I would like to plot in regards to a fifth variable. Is there a good way to do this. Some of the solutions would end up as negative values, which is not an option I am interested in having.

 

C__A is my variable, and the other variables I would like to solve are tau,C__B,C__C,C__D. Im specifically interested in tau with regards to C__A. I hope this makes sense :)

regards

 

C__A := .75;
                              0.75


a := tau = (C__A0-C__A)/(-r__A);
                                  0.75                      
    tau = - ------------------------------------------------
                                              2             
            -0.00900 C__B + 0.03500000000 C__C  - 0.075 C__C
b := tau = (C__B0-C__B)/(-r__B);
                               2 - C__B              
          tau = - -----------------------------------
                                                    2
                  -0.00900 C__B + 0.03500000000 C__C 
c := tau = (C__C0-C__C)/(-r__C);
                                C__C                  
         tau = ---------------------------------------
                                        2             
               0.01800 C__B - 0.070 C__C  - 0.075 C__C
d := tau = (C__D0-C__D)/(-r__D);
                           13.33333333 C__D
                     tau = ----------------
                                 C__C      
sol := fsolve([a, b, c, d], {C__B = 1, C__C = .2, C__D = .2, tau = 50});

{C__B = 1.673672109, C__C = 0.2289836744, C__D = 0.4236721086, 

  tau = 24.66971264}

I'm trying to solve the equation    

diff(y(x), x) = -A*y(x)/x+x^alpha*(C+(y(x)^alpha/x^alpha-C)^(-gamma))/y(x)^alpha 

i.e

and I'm getting the following answer

y(x) = RootOf(-ln(x)-Intat(_a^alpha/(_a^(1+alpha)*A-C-(_a^alpha-C)^(-gamma)+_a^(1+alpha)), _a = _Z)+_C1)*x

i.e

Please tell me what exactly is '_a' and '_Z'. I'm finding it hard to understand this language.

 

I'm doing a Maximum/Minimum problem ( Calculus 3).

I need to plot f(x,y) =   x2  + y 2 -2y + 1

over R={x,y): x 2 + y 2         (less than or equal sign) 4}

When I use Maple solve on functions that involves exp, ln to decide the maxima, minima points by solving derivative equals zero, it only returns the first point, not the second point.

Which by definition it shall return two points, one at 2.030837315, the other around 6.7.

See the Maple code and exported PDF attached.

Maple_Solve_MinMaxma.mw

Maple_Solve_MinMaxma.pdf


 

restart;

Digits:=10;
to 10 do
evalf(add(sin(k), k = 1 .. 10000)) od;

10

 

1.633891035

 

1.633891035

 

1.633891035

 

1.633891046

 

1.633891046

 

1.633891046

 

1.633891012

 

1.633891012

 

1.633891012

 

1.633891049

(1)

restart;   # execute several times to obtain randomness

interface(version);

`Standard Worksheet Interface, Maple 2016.2, Windows 7, January 13 2017 Build ID 1194701`

(2)

Digits:=18;

18

(3)

to 10 do  
evalf(add(sin(k), k = 1 .. 10000)) od;

1.63389102179246197

 

1.63389102179246223

 

1.63389102179246223

 

1.63389102179246233

 

1.63389102179246233

 

1.63389102179246242

 

1.63389102179246242

 

1.63389102179246371

 

1.63389102179246371

 

1.63389102179246410

(4)

 

Hello i need a tutor to help me with  Numerical analysis on Maple and the programming part. Im In UAE but we can do this online as well

Dear All,

The excel file consists of data (v2, Re, t) and I would like plot the variable "t" aginst the variables "v2" and "Re". Could anyone point me out?

Attached is the excel data.Collapsetime.xlsx 

Thank you.

Very kind wishes,

Wang Zhe

Hello, everyone. I have a group project where we have to explain the Josephus problem and use Maple to solve the problem. I am trying to solve the problem in multiple ways (because why not), but I am struggling with my third procedure. I understand the logic behind it and how its supposed to achieve O(k*logn), but the code that I wrote for it doesn't seem to produce the correct result.

JosephusImproved := proc (n, k)
local count, result:
if n = 1 then
return 0:
elif 1 < n < k then
return JosephusImproved(n - 1, k) + k + 1 mod n:
else
count := floor(n / k):
result := JosephusImproved(n - count, k):
result := result - n mod k:
if result < 0 then
result := result + n
else
result := floor(result /(k - 1)):
return result:
end if:
end if:
end proc:

Note: The regular recursive expression [Josephus(n - 1, k) + k + 1 mod n] has a "+ 1" since that was the only way I could make Maple do the calculation correctly. Proven with a Cyclic procedure I already made.
Note 2: I am using Maple 2016 and 2D Math.

I would like some insight as to how I could fix this so that it works, just like the regular recursive procedure and cyclic list that I have.

Cheers.

Dear All,

I am plotting the following function using implicitplot command.:


plots[implicitplot3d]((17.31626331*M^3-(4*(z[1]-z[2])^2*M^2-1.171300684*(z[1]+z[2])^2)*(1.082266457-2*M)*(1.082266457-3*M))^2 = 4.598621420*(z[1]+z[2])^2*M*(1.082266457-2*M)^3*(4*(z[1]-z[2])^2*M^2-1.171300684*(z[1]+z[2])^2), M = 0 .. 1, z[1] = 0 .. 10, z[2] = -10 .. 0);

How can I extract data points from the plot obtained

Ive been trying to plot the following system



With these initial conditions (Also G*M=1)

ics:=[x(0)=1, y(0)=0,vx(0)=0,vy(0)=1];

I use this command to try and do this

with(DEtools):
DEplot(subs({G=1,M=1},satODE1),{x(t),y(t),vx(t),vy(t)},t=-2..2,ics,scene=[x(t),y(t)],scaling=constrained);

But I get this error message

Error, (in DEtools/DEplot/CheckInitial) too few initial conditions: [x(0) = 1]

Which I find odd because I have an initial condition for each variable

Im not sure what makes this different to other DE's Ive plotted other than having more equations in the system

 

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