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Hi guys! Maple noob here.

I want to get an array of the sums of each and every row of a matrix which I imported from Excel. I can't manage to work my way around with LinearAlgebra-Add, Sum and eval. Maple always shows me the table and not the scalar I am looking for.

I'd also like to know how to tell Maple how to do something on a certain interval of cells of the matrix.

I hope I have been clear and you can help me out :D

Cheers from Italy!

In a trivial example of where x goes from 0 to 1 of d n(x)/dx =a, where n(0)=1, n(1)=2, so that the integral is solved easily, how can i do this in maple however I can only solve an eqation with the initial condition, if i try anything else then i get errors such as, 

fx := diff(n(x), x)-a

A := rhs(dsolve({fx, x = 0 .. 1, n(0) = 1, n(1) = 2}, n(x)));

Error, (in dsolve) invalid terms in sum: 0 .. 1




Hi there,
i am currently using maple5 as a new student in mathematics in the university. I am trying to know how to use maple5 to programme finding roots of quadratic equation. can anyone point me in the right direction?? Perhaps a book or a website on maple5. I know its old version but that's what we are allowed to use in my university and i'm new to this. Thanks

I'm trying to create a small app for Maple Player to graph solids of revolution. When I run the app in the desktop version of Maple T.A it works, but when I move it into the Maple Player App it crashes. Any ideas?

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Does anybody know why the answer of a equation i am getting on maple is coming with "eval" written?



the answer should be a number ...

Why does it happen?



Dear Experts,

When I run this code in maple I am facing with "Error, (in dsolve/numeric/bvp) initial Newton iteration is not converging".


ics := x[1](0)=1.7*10^8, x[2](0)=0,x[3](0)=400,psi[1](50)=0,psi[2](50)=0,psi[3](50)=0:

ode1:=diff(x[1](t), t)=lambda-mu*x[1](t)-(1-beta*x[1](t)*x[3](t)*(psi[1](t)-psi[2](t))/A[1])*beta*x[1](t)*x[3](t)+delta*x[2](t),
 diff(x[2](t), t) =(1-beta*x[1](t)*x[3](t)*(psi[1](t)-psi[2](t))/A[1])*beta*x[1](t)*x[3](t)-sigma*x[2](t),
 diff(x[3](t), t) =(1+psi[3](t)*k*x[2](t)/A[2])*k*x[2](t)-gamma*x[3](t),
 diff(psi[1](t), t) =-1+1/A[1]*beta^2*x[1](t)*x[3](t)^2*(psi[1](t)-psi[2](t))^2-psi[1](t)*(-mu+beta^2*x[3](t)^2*(psi[1](t)-psi[2](t))/A[1]*x[1](t)-(1-beta*x[1](t)*x[3](t)*(psi[1](t)-psi[2](t))/A[1])*beta*x[3](t))-psi[2](t)*(-beta^2*x[3](t)^2*(psi[1](t)-psi[2](t))/A[1]*x[1](t)+(1-beta*x[1](t)*x[3](t)*(psi[1](t)-psi[2](t))/A[1])*beta*x[3](t)),
> diff(psi[2](t), t) =1/A[2]*psi[3](t)^2*k^2*x[2](t)-psi[1](t)*delta+psi[2](t)*sigma-psi[3](t)*(psi[3](t)*k^2/A[2]*x[2](t)+(1+psi[3](t)*k*x[2](t)/A[2])*k),
> diff(psi[3](t), t) = 1/A[1]*beta^2*x[1](t)^2*x[3](t)*(psi[1](t)-psi[2](t))^2-psi[1](t)*(beta^2*x[1](t)^2*(psi[1](t)-psi[2](t))/A[1]*x[3](t)-(1-beta*x[1](t)*x[3](t)*(psi[1](t)-psi[2](t))/A[1])*beta*x[1](t))-psi[2](t)*(-beta^2*x[1](t)^2*(psi[1](t)-psi[2](t))/A[1]*x[3](t)+(1-beta*x[1](t)*x[3](t)*(psi[1](t)-psi[2](t))/A[1])*beta*x[1](t))+psi[3](t)*gamma;

sol:=dsolve([ode1,ics],numeric, method = bvp[midrich]);

Error, (in dsolve/numeric/bvp) initial Newton iteration is not converging

Please help me to solve this equation on Maple.

I am using Maple worksheets in a class. I have a student who finds it difficult to spend much time at the keyboard because of a joint disorder. I am looking for alternate input methods such as Dragon or the Dictate Facility on MacBooks which might help her out. Any suggestions would be appreciated. 



Hi everyone

I am currently trying to make my own simple package including a few procedures. So far I have been able to write some "code" that actually works when I open the document and hit "enter". I would, however, like to save the package so it can be accessed during any Maple session using the command "with". I have unsuccesfully tried to comprehend the Maple help pages regarding this question but I definitely don't want to mess things up.

This is what I have written:

mat := module ()
description "useful procedures for mathematics, physics and chemistry";
export AtomicWeight;
option package;

   AtomicWeight := proc (x) description "returns the average atomic mass of the naturally ocurring element";
   Units:-AddSystem(NewSystem, Units:-GetSystem(SI), u);
   return evalf(ScientificConstants:-Element(x, atomicweight, system = NewSystem, units))
   end proc

end module;

What should I do to save it correctly?

Thank in advance,





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compute the squarefree decomposition of the following polynomials in Q[x] and inF_3[x].
(1)  f=x^6-x^5-4x^4+2x^3+5x^2-x-2
(2)  g=x^6-5x^5+12x^4-6x^3-9x^2+12x-4

How to open batch maple output as mws in Maple Player?  I was used to doing this daily at work before retirement in my university office on a campus computer.  There was an "open" command in a file menu of some sort that I could click on, I seem to remember.   Am just fresh afte downloading Maple Player on my iMac and have it installed.  The file from my batch Maple output is form a run of batch Maple on the office machine that I can logon to remotely from home, as I did in this case.  I get rough looking graphic output (using the alphabet style graphics methods).  It would be good to have a more detailed and fine grained graphics to answer some basic questions that I am analyzing.  Thanks . . !!


error module is maple.dll_unloaded


i have already called stopmaple(kv);


testfunction(string hello){....stopmaple(kv));




when call testfunction again , it got error

Maple people:

The title is the question.  I would like to know if there is any Maple code available, either part of Maple itself or written by a user, to do computations with quaternions or dual quaternions.

I could Google this and probably find something, but I'll probably find a more helpful and less outdated answer here.

I am teaching a student about the subject and I'd like something to help me teach and help him learn.

I have a lot of experience with Maple but I am not a "computer person", so if the code involves fancy "libraries" or something beyond regular Maple worksheets, I may need a few tips how to use it.


CoolProp is an open source C++ library of thermophysical properties for pure fluids, pseudo-pure fluids, and humid air. Ian Bell has recently developed a wrapper for Maple (get the wrapper and library at Github). Compiling CoolProp gives a library (a DLL on Windows) you can call in Maple via define_external().

I started exploring CoolProp a few days ago, and here's a few simple examples of what you can do

The saturation pressure (in kPa) of the refrigerant R134a at 253 K

The pressure (in kPa) of the refrigerant R22 that produces a two-phase mixture of quality 0.3 with an enthalpy of 300 kJ/kg

And since I'm a fan of engineering visualization, here's a refrigeration cycle on a P-h-T chart, generated in Maple with CoolProp.

Here's a Maple application that uses CoolProp to analyze a refrigeration cycle (together with a CoolProp DLL for 64-bit Windows).

I'd like to encourage anyone with an interest in thermophysical modeling to download CoolProp and explore its functionality. It's certainly opened up a new field of applications for me.


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