a bus travels 200 km at a constant speed. a car travelling 10 km/h faster than the bus, completes the same distance in 1 hour less than the bus.
(1) how many hours does the bus take to travel the 200 km?
(2) what is the speed of the car?

The following is the code for the 2nd Fick's law with initial/boundary conditions. Unfortunately this code does not show me the result required for next process. It would be useful for us to proceed this work. Thanks in advance. ( Currently we are using Maple 10.)
> restart;
> DiffusionCoefficientST := 0.5e-2;
> ExperienceConstant := 5;
> Temperature := 273+25;
> PDE := diff(C(x, t), t) =
> DiffusionCoefficientST*(exp(1))(-ExperienceConstant(1/Temperature-1/296))*(diff(C(x,
> t), x, x));
> IBCondition := {C(x, 0) = 2, C(0, t) = 0, ((D[1])(C))(5, t) = 0};
> pds := pdsolve(

I hope someone can shed so light on the following:
I upgraded to SuSE10.3 -32bit recently and everything seemed to go well. Maple 11.01 was installed and has worked fine until now. Today was the first time I tried to print a file and 'Lo and Behold. There is no print function at all! Whenever 'Print' or 'Page Setup' is clicked there is a brief moment of 'wait' cursor and then nothing happens. No dialog box, no warnings just silence.
I did a search for similar issues on Google but came up empty. I've checked the CUPS config file for the Linux fix regarding Sockets, that made no difference, I checked the installation of CUPS and it seems fine, indeed, every other application prints fine. By the end of the day I resorted to reinstalling Maple and that didn't make any difference either. I'm at a loss. Anyone using SuSE and Maple 11.01 care to comment?

Hi,
I have a small problem. I want to export code to Matlab. The code is mostly a long expression with some named constants. The constants are set to some values in Maple and in Maple only the x-variables are therefore unknown in the expression. However, in the exported code, some of the constants are not replaced by their values. Does someone have a clue what this depends on?
Best regards
Johan

Hi again,
Long time, no post but thats not an indicator of not stopping by and reading nearly every day. Now I'm looking for some advice on a bug. I'm going to be sending this MapleSoft too but I thought perhaps someone here may have some insight to its solution.
Thank,
Tim
Bug on SuSE 10.3
I'm unable to run Maple 11 with the Java interface since upgrading to SuSE 10.3 Here are the errors messages:
tim@linux-g0yu:~/maple11/bin> ./xmaple
java: xcb_xlib.c:52: xcb_xlib_unlock: Assertion `c->xlib.lock' failed.
/home/tim/maple11/bin/maple: line 446: 1881 Aborted
'/home/tim/maple11/jre.IBM_INTEL_LINUX/bin/java' -Xmx400m -cp '/home/tim/maple11/java/xercesImpl.jar:/home/tim/maple11/java/xmlParserAPIs.jar

I thought this might be of interest to anyone interested in seeing some simple ciphers broken with maple.

Download 6039_huffaf_crack.mwsView file details
Does anyone know how to solve this equation
49x + 24y + 37z = 3778171

Hello all ... FYI, we will be creating new forums specifically for Q&A geared towards undergraduate students. Our goal is to have a section of the forums that are more suited to the kinds of issues that younger users who have neither the computing or math experience, may have. We'll be uploading the test groups this week and the forums should be live by the end of the week. We'll also do subsequent refinements in the autumn once Will gets back. Tom 4.

On Monday, Aug. 13, I will be at a big

optimization conference at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. It's the joint International Conference on Continuous Optimization (ICCOPT) and Modeling and Optimization: Theory and Applications (MOPTA) conference.
I'll be running a

session with three Maple-related talks given by Jan Bakus of Maplesoft, Andrew Curtis of the University of Western Ontario, and myself.
If any of you are attending the conference (and I

I have some background in computer science; which may help explain my interest in Maple. :)
In my Computer Science studies; one thing we were required to do was to minimize boolean
expressions. I found this to be extremely tedious; something that you really want the computer to do for you. At least; that is how I saw it.
So, I always thought that I would write a program to do; what we were doing manually. The result is the following application:

Minimize Boolean Expression Worksheet
When working with large sparse linear systems you often want to look at their non-zero structure, however Maple's existing tools are all designed for dense matrices. I wrote a little tool to produce images like this in reasonable time. You can download the code here, and the rest of this post is a quick tutorial on how to use the included command. Maple 11 is required.

The MapleReader has been the source of a bit of confusion on MaplePrimes lately. Hopefully with this post, we can help clear up some of the questions that have come up about it.
The MapleReader is, as Scott03 mentioned in his response during a separate thread, an extension of Maple 11 that allows an eBook file format called an 'mbook' to be read.
A number of authors are currently in the process of converting their content to an mbook file format, to be distributed independently of Maple. The reason why it was included in Maple 11.01 is to allow our authors access to it and it's updates for authoring purposes.

This is to inform you that we are now shipping the newest version of Maple T.A. – Maple T.A. 3.0.
Maple T.A. is an easy-to-use web-based system for creating tests and assignments, automatically assessing student responses and performance. It supports complex, free-form entry of mathematical equations and intelligent evaluation of responses, making it ideal for mathematics, science, or any course that requires mathematics.
The new edition – Maple T.A. 3.0 – comes with increased flexibility in content creation, an enhanced user interface and improved grading and assessment capabilities

Maplesoft has now posted the 11.01 update for users running Maple 11. You can download the update

here .
As the website mentions, this update includes improvements in the following areas:

- Differential Equations
- Maplets
- Physics Package updates
- Plot legends
- Vector Calculus

**
Who is entitled to Maple 11.01?**
Maple 11.01 is available to all users running Maple 11. If your Help>About Maple 11 dialog from the Standard Interface reads Maple 11.01, then you already have the update and no further action is required.

What is the largest linear system that Maple can solve? You might be surprised to find out. In this article we present strategies for solving sparse linear systems over the rationals. An example implementation is provided, but first we present a bit of background. Sparse linear systems arise naturally from problems in mathematics, science, and engineering. Typically many quantities are related, but because of an underlying structure only a small subset of the elements appear in most equations. Consider networks, finite element models, structural analysis problems, and linear programming problems.