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Hi,

for my simulation I have to calculate several gradients and jacobian matrices. The equations are quite complex and with my current setup hard to read.

 

Here is some exampel code:

restart;
with(VectorCalculus);
SetCoordinates(cartesian[x, y, z]);
alias(u = u(t, x, y, z), v = v(t, x, y, z), w = w(t, x, y, z)); alias(eta = eta(t, x, y, z));
U := VectorField(`<,>`(u, v, w));
Divergence(U);
Jacobian(U);
Diff(U, t);

The Divergence operator gives me a very compact result:

But Jaobian and Diff look like:

 

To achive a better readability I want to do two things (if possible):

1) hide the independet variables (t,x,y,z) in the result of Jacobian, Diff

2) display the result of Diff in a row vector (3x1) instead

 

Is this possible?

Thanks in advance for your help

 

 

Happy New Year! Now that 2014 is behind us, I thought it would be interesting to look back on the year and recap our most popular webinars. I’ve gathered together a list of the top 10 academic webinars from 2014 below. All these webinars are available on-demand, and you can watch the recording by clicking on the webinar titles below.

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See What’s New in Maple 18 for Educators

In this webinar, an expert from Maplesoft will explore new features in Maple 18, including improved tools for developing quizzes, enhanced tools for visualizations, updated user interface, and more.

Introduction to Teaching Calculus with Maple: A Complete Kit

During this webinar you will learn how to boost student engagement with highly interactive lectures, reinforce concepts with built-in “what-if” explorations, consolidate learning with carefully-constructed homework questions, and more.

Maplesoft Solutions for Math Education

In this webinar, you will learn how Maple, The Möbius Project, and Maplesoft’s testing and assessment solutions are redefining mathematics education.

Teaching Concepts with Maple

This webinar will demonstrate the Teaching Concepts with Maple section of our website, including why it exists and how to use it to help students learn concepts more quickly and with greater insight and understanding.

Revised Calculus Study Guide - A Clickable-Calculus Manual

This webinar will provide an overview of the Revised Calculus Study Guide, the most complete guide to how Maple can be used in teaching and learning calculus without first having to learn any commands.

Clickable Engineering Math: Interactive Engineering Problem Solving

In this webinar, general engineering problem-solving methods are presented using clickable techniques in the application areas of mechanics, circuits, control, and more.

Hollywood Math 2

In this second installment of the Hollywood Math webinar series, we will present some more examples of mathematics being used in Hollywood films and popular hit TV series.

Robotics Design in Maple and MapleSim

In this webinar, learn how to quickly create multi-link robots by simply defining DH parameters in MapleSim. After a model is created, learn to extract the kinematic and dynamic equations symbolically in Maple.

Introduction to Maple T.A. 10

This webinar will demonstrate the key features of Maple T.A. from both the instructor and student viewpoint, including new features in Maple T.A. 10.

The Möbius Project: Bringing STEM Courses Online

View this presentation to better understand the challenges that exist today when moving a STEM course online and to find out how the Maplesoft Teaching Solutions Group can help you realize your online course vision.

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Are there any topics you’d like to see us present in 2015? Make sure to leave us a comment with your ideas!

Kim

Maplesoft regularly hosts live webinars on a variety of topics. Below you will find details on an upcoming webinars we think may be of interest to the MaplePrimes community.  For the complete list of upcoming webinars, visit our website.

Creating Questions in Maple T.A. – Part #2

This presentation is part of a series of webinars on creating questions in Maple T.A., Maplesoft’s testing and assessment system designed especially for courses involving mathematics. This webinar, which expands on the material offered in Part 1, focuses on using the Question Designer to create many standard types of questions. It will also introduce more advanced question types, such as sketch, free body diagrams, and mathematical formula.

The third and final webinar will wrap up the series with a demonstration of math apps and Maple-graded questions.

To join us for the live presentation, please click here to register.

Clickable Calculus Series – Part #1: Differential Calculus 

In this webinar, Dr. Lopez will apply the techniques of “Clickable Calculus” to standard calculations in Differential Calculus. 

Clickable Calculus™, the idea of powerful mathematics delivered using very visual, interactive point-and-click methods, offers educators a new generation of teaching and learning techniques. Clickable Calculus introduces a better way of engaging students so that they fully understand the materials they are being taught. It responds to the most common complaint of faculty who integrate software into the classroom – time is spent teaching the tool, not the concepts.

To join us for the live presentation, please click here to register.

Hello Maple


I am preparing for an examination in Calculus, but my worksheet in Maple 18 doesn't cooperate. 

A lot of my studypartners use Maple 16 and they have no problems. 


I meet the following error: 

- Error, (in solve) invalid input: hastype expects 2 arguments, but received 1


I'm totally sure, that I'm typing correctly, because I write just the same as my studypartners. 
So is it an error, which only is seen in Maple 18 and can I do anything to solve the problem?

Kind regards
Anders Kristensen

PS: I can't figure out how to add a picture

I have to find the volume of a solid using the disk/washer method and the shell method.  I think I have the first part(disk/washer) right.   I think the shell is off. The problem is "the region in the first quadrant that is bounded above by the curve y = 1/x^1/4, on the left by the line x = 1/16, and below bythe line y = 1 is revolved about the x-axis to generate a solid."    I am having computer problems so any help is appreciated. Thanks

For those who have the Clickable Calculus Study Guide for Maple 18, please note that we have released an update to this ebook, which provides corrections and improvements to the text and examples. 

This update is available through the automatic updates system (Tools>Check for Updates) and from the download section of our website.

eithne

I under stand how to do the calculus that's easy enough, but Maple is stil giving me a hard time.  The math par t is let the radius of the cylinder be r cms. 0<r<10 Then the height is 2 * Sqrt 100-r^2, the volume is V(r)=2PIr^2* sqrt 100-r^2 cm^3

Differentiante V(r) with respect to r we get V' (r) =2PIr^2(1/(2*sqrt(100-r^2)))(-2r) + (2PIsqrt(100-r^2))(2r)

V'(r)=(-2PIr^3 +4PIr(100-r^2))/sqrt (100-r^2)      V'(r)=2PIr(200-3r^2)/sqrt 100r^2         to find the critical point find the value of r when V(r) =0     2PI(200-3r^2)/sqrt 100-r^2 =0   2PIr(200-3r^2) = 0   r(200-3r^2)=0 

r=0 or 200-3r^2 =0     r=0 or r^2=200/3 r=sqrt(200/3) =10sqrt(2/3)   r is not in the interval so ignore it.  The critical point for 0<r<10 occurs at r = 10sqrt(2/3)       Since V'(r) >0 for 0<r<10sqroot(2/3) and V'(r) <0<10sqrt(2/3)<10

The dimensions are r=10sqrt(2/3) =8.16 cm and h=20/sqrt3 = 11.55 cm the volume is 4000PI/3*sqrt3=2418.4 cm^3

So how do I translate this into maple? Any help is greatly appreciated.

Maplesoft regularly hosts live webinars on a variety of topics. Below you will find details on upcoming webinars we think may be of interest to the MaplePrimes community.  For the complete list of upcoming webinars, visit our website.

Creating Questions in Maple T.A. – Part #1

This webinar will demonstrate how to create questions in Maple T.A., Maplesoft’s testing and assessment solution for any course involving mathematics. The presentation will begin with an overview of the basic types of questions available, and then delve into how to create various types of questions in Maple T.A. Incorporating algorithms and feedback directly into questions will also be touched on. Finally, the session will wrap up with an explanation and several examples of how to create better questions using the question designer.

This first webinar in a two part series will cover true/false, multiple choice, numeric, mathematical formula, fill in the blank, sketch, and FBD questions. A second webinar that demonstrates more advanced question types will follow.

To join us for the live presentation, please click here to register.

Clickable Calculus: Linear Algebra

In this webinar, Dr. Robert Lopez will apply the techniques of “Clickable Calculus” to standard calculations in Linear Algebra.

Clickable Calculus, the idea of powerful mathematics delivered using very visual, interactive point-and-click methods, offers educators a new generation of teaching and learning techniques. Clickable Calculus introduces a better way of engaging students so that they fully understand the materials they are being taught. It responds to the most common complaint of faculty who integrate software into the classroom – time is spent teaching the tool, not the concepts.

To join us for the live presentation, please click here to register.

Hi all,

I am stuck with the following problem:

convert(cos(alpha), exp); works fine for me.

Once I have the trigonometric functions in a matrix, it does not work any more:

In the latter line, A keeps the trigonometric functions. Why is this the case? Is there any way to force maple to keep the complex exponentials instead of trigonometric functions?

 

I am using LinearAlgebra and VectorCalculus.

 

Best Regards

Wassja

f:=x+y+y;

diff(f,x);
diff(f,y);
diff(f,z);

What I hope to get is a vector with i-th entry being the dervative of f, differentiated w.r.s.t the i-th parameter, like this

Vector([1,1,1]);

 

Is there a more efficient (built-in) command to do this?

 

VectorCalculus[diff] does not do what I want.

 

Thanks,

 

casper

 

We have just released an all-new, second edition of the Calculus Study Guide.

This guide has been completely rewritten and greatly expanded and to take full advantage of Maple’s Clickable Math approach.  It covers all of Calculus I and Calculus II and has over 450 worked examples, the vast majority of which are solved using interactive, Clickable Math techniques. 

Not only is this guide useful for students learning calculus, but it can also serve as a guide for instructors interested in pursuing a syntax-free approach to using Maple in their teaching.

See Clickable Calculus Study Guide for more information.  For even more information, you could also attend a live webinar about the new study guide next Wednesday.

 

eithne

Why does:

Student[Calculus1]:-Tangent(tan(3*x)-5*exp(-x^3),x=0,output=plot,gridlines=true,caption="")

produce the following error?

Error, (in plots:-display) integer or integer range expected in op list

I was required to purchase Maple 17 for my upcoming Calculus III course, and until now, I have been using my TI-Nspire CAS CX for all of my CAS needs.  I am going through various tutorials/labs in an effort to learn how to use the Maple 17 Software. As a part of this process, I am attempting to solve a system of equations and was told to use the following command:

>solve({2*x+3*y=7,5*x+8*y=9},{x,y}); 

in order to receive the answer 

{y=-17,x=29}.

 

Instead, I have received the following error message, which has no help attached to it through the help page.

solve({2*x+3*y = 7, 5*x+8*y = 9}, {x, y});
Warning, solving for expressions other than names or functions is not recommended.

I am hoping this has something to do with Mac vs. Windows software, and that it has a simple solution.  I would greatly appreciate any guidance!

I'm taking calculus and my professor introduced us to maple software. The professor asked us to plot the families of curves for this orthogonal equation:

dy/dx = (x^2) - (2y^2) - C = 0

This is what I had so far:

 

restart;

with(DEtools):

with(plots):

 

Function:=unapply(simplify(x^2-2y^2-C),(x,y)):

'Function'(x,y) = Function(x,y);

plotFunction:=C->implicitplot(eval(F(x,y),a=C),x=-5..5,y=5..5,scaling=constrained):

plot1:=display(seq(plotFunction(a),a=-5..5)):

display(plot1);

 

This is only display one family. How do I code for it plot the other families?

(The graph should look like curves converging from left, top and right sides toward to the origin of the axes)

Please help.

How can I expand the mutivariate taylor series of the functions below about the point (x,y)

f(h*a[2]+x, h*a[2]*k[1]+y);

 and

f(h*a[3]+x, y+h(a[3]-b[32])*k[1]+h*b[32]*k[2]);

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