There must be an easy way to convert a line into math?
Sometimes you've gone to all the trouble to type out a lengthy line of math to operate only to find out it's in text mode.
Is there a way to change it over to math? I've tried highlighting and F5 but that didn't work. Are we stuck to having to retype the line(s) over again?
Please answer my question about my math lab class.
when I solve the equation about " cos(2*theta)=1/2 " by " solve(cos(2*theta)=1/2,theta);"
I just get the answer "Pi/6" only
but I want the all root within "0 to 2*Pi"
How can I get the all root by limitting area of root??
On 4th May I submitted Ploting 10 functions to plot mentioning codes with with Mapple.
I got some answers and have managed some additional ones.
Please help with items B, C and D
BR and thanks
I thought Mapleprimers might be interested in this site: MathOverflow Based on the incredibly successful StackOverflow site which answers programming questions, this does the same for mathematics.
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I input into MAPLE the following differential eq & it returned that it is classified as an Emden-Fowler Differential Equation:
r^2*F"+1/r*F'-k^2*F=0 where F is a function of r
MAPLE was able to generate a solution. I am attempting to figure out how this eq is actually solved & I typed in Emden-Fowler into the SEARCH window on this website & got ZERO results.
I'm looking for the correct word usage:
"There's an online ____ that mocks the lack of objectivity in philosophy"
That ____ is the following:
The dean addresses the physicist: "Why do I always have to give you guys so
much money, for laboratories and expensive equipment and stuff. Why couldn't
you be like the maths department - all they need is money for pencils, paper
and waste-paper baskets. Or even better, like the philosophy department.
All they need are pencils and paper."
What word is ____ ?
How do I use the math tutor to plot on the same coordinate system?
<p>I have a line defined by a set of parametric equations and the equation of a plane. I need to plot their intersection. </p>
<p>I can do the math by hand but I am having trouble plotting. Intersectplot seems to expect two surfaces, not a plane and a line. Should I be using something else? </p>
<p>I'm a complete novice to Maple, I should add, and have just been using it for about five hours over the past two days. I understand how to use spacecurve to create points for a line and then draw the lines (using display3d), and a few other little things but that's it, unfortunately. </p>
How do I select multiple non-contiguous lines of text (or math). I have tried cntrl-slect, shift-select, anything I can think of -select with no success.
Thanks in advance.
I like to copy math output to a Maple input line and frequently get something like this
(∫)[0.1010108897]^0.0280000000011.71364529/(sqrt(1-137.2094860 ll^2 (1-2.828427124 ll))) ⅆll,
instead of something like
1.158697057+Int(9.412159410/sqrt(1-88.58874480*ll^2*(1-2.828427124*ll)), ll = .1351916891 .. 0.2100000000e-1)
Why is this happening?
I sent this letter to MAPLE tech support and they suggested that i post it here.
After using MATHCAD for a number of years, I recently purchased MAPLE 10. I am really blown away by this software’s depth and versatility. I am particularly impressed by how well geared it is to do symbolic math, and by the fact that with MAPLE you can see the steps involved in a complicated symbolic integration. I do find however, that the price of MAPLE’s extra power is that it is less intuitive and has a steeper learning curve in comparison to MATHCAD.
There is definitely one area in which I have found MATHCAD is superior to MAPLE. I realize that I may not be fair to MAPLE. There exists the possibility that one can do in MAPLE a certain thing I have been doing in MATHCAD and I just don’t know how to do it yet. It is that possibility which is behind this letter.
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