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How to show this Q&A on Maple
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<p>How can i answer iv on Maple?<img src="/view.aspx?sf=221217_question/Screen_Shot_2017-02-17_at_12.39.39.png"><img src="/view.aspx?sf=221217_question/Screen_Shot_2017-02-17_at_12.38.53.png"></p>
<p>How can i answer iv on Maple?<img src="/view.aspx?sf=221217_question/Screen_Shot_2017-02-17_at_12.39.39.png"><img src="/view.aspx?sf=221217_question/Screen_Shot_2017-02-17_at_12.38.53.png"></p>
221217Fri, 17 Feb 2017 12:51:15 Znk2016nk2016Tangent to a curve in maple
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<p>A family of curves has polar equation r=cos^n (theta/n), 0<=theta,n*pi, where n is a positive even integer.</p>
<p>Previously Using t = theta as the parameter and finding a parametric form of the equation of the family of curves it was shown that </p>
<p>dy/dx = (sin(t)sin(t/n)-cos(t)cos(t/n)) /( sin(t)cos(t/n)+cos(t)sin(t/n)).</p>
<p>Is it possible to show on Maple with a program that there are n+1 points where the tangent to the curve is paralell to the y axis?</p>
<p>A family of curves has polar equation r=cos^n (theta/n), 0<=theta,n*pi, where n is a positive even integer.</p>
<p>Previously Using t = theta as the parameter and finding a parametric form of the equation of the family of curves it was shown that </p>
<p>dy/dx = (sin(t)sin(t/n)-cos(t)cos(t/n)) /( sin(t)cos(t/n)+cos(t)sin(t/n)).</p>
<p>Is it possible to show on Maple with a program that there are n+1 points where the tangent to the curve is paralell to the y axis?</p>
221201Wed, 15 Feb 2017 21:24:20 Znk2016nk2016Prove dy/dx with parametric form of equation.
http://www.mapleprimes.com/questions/221199-Prove-Dydx-With-Parametric-Form-Of-Equation?ref=Feed:MaplePrimes:Tagged With homework
<p>A family of curves has polar equation r=cos^n (theta/n), 0<=theta,n*pi, where n is a positive even integer.</p>
<p>Using t = theta as the parameter, find a parametric form of the equation of the family of curves and show that </p>
<p>dy/dx = (sin(t)sin(t/n)-cos(t)cos(t/n)) /( sin(t)cos(t/n)+cos(t)sin(t/n))</p>
<p>on maple i tried</p>
<p>x:=((cos(t/n))^n)*cos(t):</p>
<p>y:=((cos(t/n))^n)*sin(t):</p>
<p>w:=diff(x,t)</p>
<p>z:=diff(y,t)</p>
<p>z/w</p>
<p>and i never got the above answer so i did</p>
<p>simplify(z/w)</p>
<p>and still never got the answer instead i got </p>
<p>(cos(t/n)*sin(t/n)-sin(t)*cos(t))/(cos(t/n)^2-cos(t)^2)</p>
<p> </p>
<p> </p>
<p> </p>
<p> </p>
<p>A family of curves has polar equation r=cos^n (theta/n), 0<=theta,n*pi, where n is a positive even integer.</p>
<p>Using t = theta as the parameter, find a parametric form of the equation of the family of curves and show that </p>
<p>dy/dx = (sin(t)sin(t/n)-cos(t)cos(t/n)) /( sin(t)cos(t/n)+cos(t)sin(t/n))</p>
<p>on maple i tried</p>
<p>x:=((cos(t/n))^n)*cos(t):</p>
<p>y:=((cos(t/n))^n)*sin(t):</p>
<p>w:=diff(x,t)</p>
<p>z:=diff(y,t)</p>
<p>z/w</p>
<p>and i never got the above answer so i did</p>
<p>simplify(z/w)</p>
<p>and still never got the answer instead i got </p>
<p>(cos(t/n)*sin(t/n)-sin(t)*cos(t))/(cos(t/n)^2-cos(t)^2)</p>
<p> </p>
<p> </p>
<p> </p>
<p> </p>
221199Wed, 15 Feb 2017 19:00:02 Znk2016nk2016Program for algebraic equation with mod in maple
http://www.mapleprimes.com/questions/221161-Program-For-Algebraic-Equation-With-Mod-In-Maple?ref=Feed:MaplePrimes:Tagged With homework
<p>I need help to create a program that will find all the positive integers n, where n < 1000, such that<br>
(n -1)!= -1 (mod n^2 ) . program has to be in full and state the values of n obtained. </p>
<p>I need help to create a program that will find all the positive integers n, where n < 1000, such that<br />
(n -1)!= -1 (mod n^2 ) . program has to be in full and state the values of n obtained. </p>
221161Sun, 12 Feb 2017 18:39:05 Znk2016nk2016Wilsons Theorom
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<p>How could i show wilsons theorom on maple?</p>
<p>(p-1)!=-1(modp) if and only if p is prime.</p>
<p>How could i show wilsons theorom on maple?</p>
<p>(p-1)!=-1(modp) if and only if p is prime.</p>
221142Fri, 10 Feb 2017 12:18:45 Znk2016nk2016How do i create a for loop for this question in Maple? (Finding solutions)
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<p>Hi I have the question where i have to create a program in Maple</p>
<p>to find all the solutions to x^2 = -1(mod p) where 0 <= x < p . </p>
<p>The progam has to be tested with different p values. </p>
<p> </p>
<p>Hi I have the question where i have to create a program in Maple</p>
<p>to find all the solutions to x^2 = -1(mod p) where 0 <= x < p . </p>
<p>The progam has to be tested with different p values. </p>
<p> </p>
221132Thu, 09 Feb 2017 18:50:35 Znk2016nk2016