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I got a problem with solving a second order ODE. 

The ODE is :

-V(xi)+(1/2)*xi*(diff(V(xi), xi))+(1/4)*(diff(V(xi), xi, xi))=-(1/2)*k2*(diff(H(xi), xi))-k1*n*X/E+1+k2

where k1,k2,n,X,E  all are constant.

the condition is :

V(xi) tends to 2*xi^2 as xi tends to infinity.

I used 'dsolve' to solve the equation firstly, and got a solution with two constant C1 and C2, I want to use the condition to elimilate C2, so I used limit(sol,xi=infinity)=2*xi^2. But when I used the command 'limit', I can't get the answer.

Could any one help me? 

Many thanks!!!

Surely this is a bug.

> 0^0;
> sum( 0^m, m=0..infinity );

The limit of

G := N -> sum(1/N*numtheory[sigma](k)/k,k=1..N ) 

as N -> infinity should be Pi^2/6. However

eval( G(N), N=infinity );

returns 0.

Can anyone explain this puzzling behaviour?

Is it possible to numerically calculate  the integral

int((-12*y^2+1)*ln(abs(Zeta(x+I*y)))/(4*y^2+1)^3, [y = 0 .. infinity, x = 1/2 .. infinity])

in Maple?

The code

int((-12*y^2+1)*ln(abs(Zeta(x+I*y)))/(4*y^2+1)^3, [y = 0 .. infinity, x = 1/2 .. infinity],numeric,epsilon=0.1)

has been executed on my comp  without any output since this morning.





Maybe someone can give me a nice answer without Maple.

I am given a fourier series:
ln|cosx|=Co - sum( (-1)^k/k * cos2kx,k=1..infinity)
and am asked what this tells me about the chevychev series for ln(u).



Hi Everybody.


Doing some calculation in quantum mechanics, I stuble on that integral:

I see immediately that the answer is 1/2.  But Maple 18 cannot give an answer other than a limit that he cannot evaluate.  I even try assumption that p and hbar are realcons.  I get infinity.

Any idea?

Thank you in advance for your help.


Mario Lemelin
Maple 18 Ubuntu 13.10 - 64 bits
Maple 18 Win 7 - 64 bits messagerie : téléphone :  (819) 376-0987

The following limit does not return a value. Then the evalf gives a wrong answer.

The answer should be "undefined" or -infinity .. infinity.

limit(exp(n)/(-1)^n, n = infinity) assuming n::posint; evalf(%);

                       /exp(n)              \
                  limit|------, n = infinity|
                       |    n               |
                       \(-1)                /


The same happens if you delete the assumption.


A similar problem occurs with

limit(sin(Pi/2+2*Pi*n), n = infinity) assuming n::posint;
                            -1 .. 1
without the assumption this would be appropriate.

I've been given a question:

Let pn denote the nth prime number. Then p1 = 2, p2 = 3, p3 = 5, p4 = 7, p5 = 11, . . . .

It is known that the infinite sum 1/p1 + 1/p2 + 1/p3 + · · · + 1/pn + · · · = infinity.

Find the smallest positive integer N so that 1/p1 + 1/p2 +1/p3 + · · · + 1/pN−1 + 1/pN > e. [Hint : ithprime(n) generates the nth prime number.]

How do I start off?

Many thanks!

Would really appreciate the help in doing this question!

Pi= infinity Σ n=0 ((120n^2+An+B)/(16^n(512n^4+1024n^3+712n^2+194n+15))) for some positive integers A,B.

Hint: Set A=0 to find B, then find A.

I'm so clueless as to how to do this. THANK YOU!


I'm new to these forums. I'm using Maple 17. What am I missing about the odd behaviour exhibited below? (the code can be copy pasted into Maple)

Suppose I define m,n,p,q as integers and x as real, then define the function h(x,m,n,p,q) below.

assume(m::integer, n::integer, p::integer, q::integer, x::real);

If I do:

int(h(x, m, n, p, q), x = -infinity .. infinity)

It says it's 0, but that's not true. The integral is not always 0 but depends on m,n,p,q ... and even Maple acknowledges this. If I do:

int(h(x, 1, 1, 1, 1), x = -infinity .. infinity)

I get -(1/2*I)/Pi ... so clearly not 0.

Also, if I do:

int(h(x, m, n, m, n), x = -infinity .. infinity)

I get -(1/2*I)/(m*Pi) ... again, not 0.

What am I missing? How can I correct this and obtain the analytic expression for int(h(x, m, n, p, q), x = -infinity .. infinity)?

Trying without the assume() causes Maple to run into issues not knowing anything about m,n,p,q.

[ Edit: I finally solved the integral on paper, see my post below if you're curious. The Maple inconsistency and wrong result explained above are still there though ]

Any help would be greatly appreciated.



Dear Experts,


I would like to evaluate the following integral

Integrate(BesselJ(0,x)^2, x=0..Infinity).


However, it is not being evaluated in Maple.


Appreciate your response.

i'd like to know how type the infinity symbol and other symbols in the integration methods tutor, when i type the word infinity , it says "invalid value, must be a number"

When I use limit like this:limit(LommelS1(4.04, 3.04, z)/z^5.04, z = 0).The maplesoft shows:Float(infinity).How can I deal with this???,Please help me

Dear All,

I am a bigginer of Maple. I'm trying to solve the following in Maple.


> with(Statistics);
> f := Distribution(NormalDistribution(0.3,1));

> Y := RandomVariable(f);
> fy := PDF(Y, y);

> Fy := CDF(Y, y);

> int((diff(-ln(1-Fy), y))*fy, y = -infinity .. infinity);

> w := evalf(%);


But Maple told me that the answer is the integral -float(∞)..float(∞).

I have added a .mw file showing the problem. I wish to calculate the integral at the bottom of the post. unfortunately the function im using defined at he beginning of the file doesnt behave well for values k larger than 25/30...

The integral I need to evaluate therefore cant be evaluated if one wants to integrate from 0 to Infinity.

Also just integrating till 20 or so is not accurate enough...

Has anybody an idea about better implementation of the problem....

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