i have 3 equations which contains both numeric and symbols, how can i seprrate these to ?for example :

> restart:> eq1:=a[1]^3+a[2]+a[3]^2+50;

> eq2:=a[1]^2+5*a[2]+a[3]+44;

> eq3:=a[1]+a[2]+a[3]^2+74;

i want maple to seprate these three equations in two vectors,first vector including symbols and second one includes numerics , like this :V1:=<<a[1]^3+a[2]+a[3]^2>,<a[1]^2+5*a[2]+a[3]>,<a[1]+a[2]+a[3]^2>>;

V2:=<<50>,<44>,<74>>;eq:=<<eq1>,<eq2>,<eq3>>;so that is(V1+V2=eq);gives me the answer true.tnx for help.

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Thanks in advance.

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sys:= diff(y(t),t)=2-t^2/2 - 1/4 * int(y(t1),t1=0..t);intsolve(sys,y(t));

Error, (in unknown) invalid input: diff received 0, which is not valid for its 2nd argument

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--Nasser

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Use Z-transformer to define y(n).

Solve y(0), y(1), y(2), y(3) y(4) and y(5)

Any one?

hi

I have a program with system of equations in wich my equations are in 8 matrices (4x4) with 64unknown parameters

i have run it but after 10 minitutes maple gives this massage:

"length of output exceeds limit of 1000000"

is there any way to solve this problem?

Hello

I am trying to solve an equation for optimization purpose, However I always recieve the message below:

Warning, solutions may have been lost

The Maple code is as follow:

PTE2.mw

I would be thankful if anyone can help me to solve this problem.

Cheers

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Dear members,

I am trying to solve a maximalization problem, but in stead of solving my problem Maple only displays the equation that I am trying to solve.

Example:

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B (optional) - a point on the left "tail"...

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