Maple 12 Questions and Posts

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  See the interactive Level Curves and Cross Sections video tutorial: (Ctrl+click on link) Video Tutorial: Level Curves and Cross Sections   Alternatively, you can view a worksheet that provides a review and an example of level curves and cross sections.  
I can't make logplot or semilogplot, what is wrong? When I write "plot(x -> 10^x)" I get a nice plot in linear paper, but when I write "logplot(x -> 10^x)" or "semilogplot(x -> 10^x)" nothing happens. What do I do wrong? - Uffe
Hello there,   the attached worksheet gives several examples of how to create implicit plots without commands and with commands.  
i been stuck on the attached files for days and i'm stuck on the regression line
If my numbers is a decimal point, do i have to revert it to a whole number
The attached worksheet starts off with two quick videos that show you how to write square roots, fractions and exponents. Feel free to create and attach a worksheet with all of your questions and math expressions. I'll go thought it and help out !  
  Hi there !   The attached worksheet has exciting animations made entirely through equations that we are familiar with from high school. The worksheet has an animation of a bouncing ball. No longer do you need a $500 camera to take photos to illustrate the sequence of motion - because Maple has that feature built - in !   Feel free to ask questions or add your worksheets to further develop mathematical animations.

How do you calculate the final velocities and the angles when two objects collide into one another...any help/info would be highly appreciated.

 

The attached worksheet shows you how to determine the arc length function and calculate the arc length of a function. The Arc Lengths Tutor will improve your understanding and help you with your homework ! You can also skip right away to an interactive video tutorial:

(Ctrl + Click)


Video Tutorial: Arc Lengths


Feel free to drop some comments !

 

Hi there ! The attached worksheet has a good review on the theory of determining volumes of solids through the method called "volume by cylindrical shells". You can also view an interactive video that shows you how to use Maple's powerful Volume by Revolution tutor that will help you with your homework.

(Ctrl + click on link)

<a href="http://www.maplesoft.com/demo/adoption/volume_by_cylindrical_shells.

The following video shows you a bit of the wonders of Maple and how it improves your learning experience.

http://www.maplesoft.com/products/maple/demo/aca/The%20Student%20Experience/StudentExperienceApril17Final.aspx

Hi there ! The attached worksheet has a good review on the theory of Limits and Continuity of functions that have two or more variables.

The attached worksheet has a specially designed tool that helps you evaluate the limits of really complicated multivariable functions.

 

Please feel free to ask questions.

Limits_and_Continui.mw

Hi there ! The attached worksheet has a good review on the theory of determining volumes of solids through the method called "volume by revolution". You can also view an interactive video that shows you how to use Maple's powerful Volume by Revolution tutor that will help you with your homework.

(Ctrl + click on link)

Video Tutorial: Volume by Revolution

 

Please feel free to ask questions.

This weekend was reunion weekend for me. On Saturday I made the return journey to my alma mater, the University of Waterloo (i.e. I walked 10 minutes to the campus from my house), for the 20th reunion of my Engineering Class of 1988. Among the various events and activities, I had the pleasure of having a sitdown chat with Professor Peter H. O’N. Roe, retired professor of Systems Design Engineering (my undergrad department) at the University.

 

 

 

Hey there,

 

the attached worksheet shows you how to master definite integrals using special tools that help you determine the pattern between antiderivatives and the area under a curve.

You can also view the examples done in an interactive video:

(Ctrl+click on link)

Indefinite Integrals - Video Tutorial

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