The Single Variable Calculus Approximate Integration Tutor (and the function ApproximateInt) work fine for the built-in example of sin(x) from 0 to Pi. But if you change it to sin(Pi*x) from 0 to 1 then plot options are ignored. And if you ask to integrate sin(3.1415926*x) from 0 to 1, then it works again. Is there a work-around?

I got Maple 17 a few weeks ago and it has been helpful in my learning of calculus, but not as much as I had hoped.

I also bought the Calculus study guide which is a big disappointment. For example, I tried using the integration methods tutor for the integral cos(5x).

The correct answer is 1/5 sin(5x) + C and is found with U-substitution.

With the tutor, I entered cos5x into the function box. cos(5x) does not work....

Can someone please solve only #19 and #25 using Nwton's method in Maple. I really appreciate it.

The questions are attached. Thank you

You have been asked to design a one-liter can shaped like a right circular cylinder. What dimensions will use the least material?

-I really need help on how to correctly plug this into my computer. Thank you in advance.

The command

f := -.1*(x+3)*(x-1)*(x-3.5):Student[Calculus1][FunctionChart](f,x=-4..4,concavity=[],title="",caption="",gridlines);

produces different results in Maple 13 and Maple 16.02.

In particular, the concavity=[] option seems to be ignored in 16.

Also, it may be my imagination, but execution seems slower in 16, but I didn't try timing it.

My apologies, if this has already been noted.

So far, my math group has the entire roller coaster plotted using spacecurves on a 3D plot on Maple. The only issues is now we need to take the derivative between the different sections we created in order for there to be no corners or spaces; basically to make sure the "coaster" runs smoothly.

We get how to do it on paper but we're running into some difficulty doing it on Maple. My question is, how the heck do we do what I just said we wanted to do.

I'm looking for several challenging projects for a Calculus II course using Maple which I'll be teaching in Spring 2013. By challenging I mean that the project will have several steps including both conceptual and computational aspects. I'd also like them to be suitable for group work if possible. I'd be willing to devote from 3-5 class periods for each of three or four different projects. Our Calc I and Calc II are five hour...

Can somebody, please, try this command in Maple 16 (or at best Maple 16.02)?

Student[Calculus1][FunctionChart](x*exp(1/x));

In Maple 15 I get the graph in about 1s, however in Maple 16.02 it loads about 20s and it is even not as perfect as is in Maple 15. Furthermore, when I try to evaluate

st:=time():Student[Calculus1][FunctionChart](x*exp(1/x));time();

it says that it lasted only 1-2s. There is some problem...

restart:with(LinearAlgebra):with(ArrayTools):k:=4;pA:=<seq(p[a,i],i=2..(k+1))>;pB:=<seq(p[b,i],i=2..(k+1))>;pA+pB;with(VectorCalculus):pA:=<seq(p[a,i],i=2..(k+1))>;pB:=<seq(p[b,i],i=2..(k+1))>;pA+pB;

Hi all,

After I loaded the package with(VectorCalculus), the output of vectors changed to a different one.

Is there any real "difference" when...

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Hi, My name is Remon. I am first year student in calculus 1, I want to be a financial engineer, I will study finance and I will do my best to study mathematics as well. I need to learn Calculus with Maple. but I do not really from where should I start? Is there any video training for Calc 1,2, 3 that I can buy to learn ?? If there is any advice to help me out to reach my goals I will be very thanksfull.

Is it possible to change the caption of RiemannSum command in Student[Calculus1] package with animation output option, keeping approximate value and number of partitions outputs? I tried to use typeset command, but I haven’t succeeded.

Best regards,

Emrah

Find the derivative of f(x)=|(x^3)-8*(x^2)+5*x+4|-0.5*x;x in [-1,7]

Find critical points of f(x) and dertimine the local maxima and local minima.

Output: Two lists of points (x,y), a list of local minima and a list of local maxima.

Hint: you may use Maple package Student[Calculus1]]

use first derivative test to avoid 'kink' point i.e. undifferentiable point

set delta=0.0001, test derivative around critical point x+delta and x-delta...

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