I am interested in finding the asymptofic constant (Big O(1/n^(2m+2)) for the following expansion

Upon using the preceding command in the maple i get

Error, (in asympt) unable to compute series

hi i am seeking help for a little problem The question is a part of my coursework but it doesnt make sense to me i dont know how to use maple to construct a model can you please help thanks. On board sailing ships or warships, a lookout stood watch in a crows nest high on the main mast. b) Construct a mathematical model to show how far a lookout can see. Clearly indicate any assumptions you make and define any parameters you use in your formula and in the construction of your model. c...

how to solve

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I want maple to calculate with an accuracy of (10)^-200 with Newton Raphsons method. How do I do?

The surface in above image is a portion of the graph ofsome mathematical equation.Let's do some brainstorming:Can you guess what's inside the surface?

as you know the number of solutions for order 3 to 5 magic squares is as follow : (not counting rotations and reflections)

order 3: 1 solution

order 4: 880 solutions

order 5: 275305224 solutions

higher order: unknown ...

in the first look at 880 , simply appeared it can constructed by 2x5x8x11 (every factor increased by 3)

Hello! Anybody can help my to have this problem?

A^2+3*A+Delta*I = 0;

I want calculate 'a' and 'b' whit 'x' and 'y', and it's my code:

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But this is wrong, but I dont know...

Thank you!!!!

(sorry for my English)

int(sqrt(1 + sec(x)^2), x)

int(sqrt(2 + tan(x)^2), x)

With Maple 13, which is the latest version on the computer on which I tested these integrals (that originated with a

senior scientist in Australia), the former yields a reasonably compact answer, but the latter yields an extensive

output containing Elliptic functions of various kinds. The two integrands are trigonometric identities. What is the

problem here?

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Here is one of the problems from "Mathematical Trivium" (Russian Mathematical Surveys, 1991, 46:1, 271-278) by V. Arnold. Those problems are aimed at the strong graduate and postgraduate students of the top universities. I find it remarkable that a big part of the Arnold's problems can be solved with Maple. Problem...

I will use this post for a list of conclusions drawn from MRB constant N and the many similar approximations that I have found.

Let x= MRB Constant. Each approximation is followed by a maple input so you can verify these approximations.

I want one of a sequence of questions to not show it answer. The other questions need to show their answers, but this one

cannot. I could make a separate assignment for this question but that seems rather painful. I use latex => .qu so the

solutions that don't require touching the editor is a plus.

I'm doing some algebra with transfer functions, which are often written in LaPlace Transform notation, e.g. f(s) = 1/s. One often wants to find the "gain and phase" of such, which is easy to do using the following steps:

1) Substitute "i omega" (imaginary unit, omega = frequency in radians) for s.

2) Express the complex quantity in polar (rho, phi) notation -- rho = amplitude, phi = argument (Phase).

So here's my question -- if I am developing...

Ok hello everyone and thank you in advance.I have 2-3 difficulties in a maple plotting.I'm trying to plot two fairly easy surfaces in maple 3d. What I want is:3 standard axis, x,y,z with y vertical and z coming out of the screen(obviously you can turn it and stuff.)Two surfaces:On with y = (1/x), z=free;The second with y= 2*x(1/z);

Hi all,

I'm editing a scientific document in Maple document mode. I'd like to assign a mathematical result to a variable, which is a 2D-math expression.

An example:

I'd like to assign the result of

to the expression

I was about to post this as a "How-do-I" question, but while composing my question, I stumbled upon the solution. In case this "discovery" would be useful, I'm posting it here.

For some coursework, I'm developing fitting sinusoids to experimental data (poor-man's Fourier Analysis). At one point, I do a "brute-force-least-squares" computation, one step of which involves computing the sum of a sine over N equally-spaced intervals around the circle. This...

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