I enter the following and I get the "unable to load module 'rightbox'" message. Student[Calculus1][rightbox](sin(x),x=0..Pi,20) Please let me know how to fix this

I would like to know if it is possible, how to plot a function that is stepwise, something like: for x< -1, y=2-x; for -1<= x <= 1, y=x; for x>1, y=2x+1;

Is it possible to do this all on one plot? I'm extremely new to Maple, so I apologize if the answer is quite obvious! Thanks!

PROBLEM: Do not use the functions nextprime, prevprime, or ithprime in this exercise. Use some kind of do-loop or nested do-loops and conditional statements to compute and display an expression sequence, assigned to the variable P, consisting of the 10 smallest positive prime numbers. This is what I came up with. I reached the value of the counter "n", (for lack of a better name) by trial and error, and that just happened to give me the correct number (10) of primes in the sequence P.
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can you animate implicitplots? if so, how?

Hello,
I need to find a limit function of recurent progression:
y0 = a; yn = a + int(x * y(n-1), x) for n=infinity.
Thank you very much for any solution
P HK

Is it possible to use Sketch and draw a straight line? I want to use document mode to retype my class notes so I want to include graphs and illustartions. I am taking PHY-2048 where we are studing vectors, dot product, cross product etc.

Hi!
I have a Maple worksheet comprising of TEXT + MATH, mainly for loops and if statements, using matrices. Can someone please let me know how I can turn this sheet into Fortran code (very detailed instructions necessary!)
Thanks for your help! :)

I need to generate pimitive polynomials of degree 17 over GF(2^32) for use in an LFSR working over 32-bit words.
Does anyone know how it can be done?

I'm trying to solve a partial differential equation with two boundary conditions below. The general solution contains arbitrary functions of the non-differentiated variable. These functions are solved for and assigned but do not appear in the final solution return. Can anybody help me with this?

**> restart;**

**> l:=lambda;**

Hi, I want to draw the contourplot of this two family of lines x*y and x*y^2. with(plots): contourplot( {x*y, x*y^2}, x=0..10, y=0..20); I would like that the first function (x*y) is colored in red ad the secod (x*y^2) in blue. How could I do it? I tried with "colouring= [red, blue]" but the coloring is not what I want. Thanks in advance for the help. JJ (By the way..I wish you the best to all of you during 2006!!)

This is the simple code that I came up with (after some frustration) to solve the problem of separating the sequence of positive integers from 1 to 20 into one sequence of primes and one sequence of nonprimes, and eventually displaying those sequences. I'm just curious to see what other ways this same question could have been solved.
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Hi. I'm a very new Maple user, but I don't think that this qualifies as a Newbie question. Has anybody had problems when trying to write directly to a PS file from within the Maple GUI on OS 10.4.3 for Mac? Consider the following:
currentdir(kernelopts(homedir)):
plotsetup(ps,plotoutput="testplot.ps"):
plot(sin(x),x=0..2*Pi);
Running this code from the command-line works as expected, but running this from the GUI interface usually returns:
Error, Error in device driver: plot terminated
The strange thing is that about 10% of the time, the above code actually will work from the GUI. I cannot produce failure or success consistently in the GUI. I have tried this on both a G4 and a G5. Am I the only user who has had this problem?

I try to deduce distribution fonction from a parametrized set of points with Maple.
At this stage I have a dataset define through a relationship like y=f(x), and I want to obtain the distribution of y points, given that x in [-A,A]. The theoretic formula is : F[Y](z) = P(y<z).
i.e. F[Y](z) = Int(delta[f(x)< z],x=-A..A);
and I use the **piecewise** Maple function to implement it ( Int(piecewise(f(x)< z,1,0),x=-A..A) ), but for Maple :
Int(piecewise(f(x)< z,1,0),x=-A..A) = piecewise(Int(f(x)< z, x=-A..A),1,0))
which is totally different !

I was able to create a stand-alone application from a M-file with MatLab 6.0 R12. Is it possible to do the same with Maple 9.5? I mean, can I take a Maple worksheet and convert it into a executable file which can be run on a PC that does not have Maple 9.5 installed? I would like to know since it is easier for me to create GUI applications with Maple 9.5 than with MatLab.

Using the following integrand

.71428491807021e-1*(1/2-1/2*erf(.50253255206611e-2*xi*2^(1/2)))/Pi^(1/2)*

exp(-1/2*(.14285698361405*xi-5.6995353453900)^2)*2^(1/2)*(1/2+1/2*

erf(1.1171516020037*(5.4091420603773+.44756682898115*xi)*2^(1/2)))

I get -0 for Int( %, xi= -99.496042185589..infinity): evalf(%,14);

which certainly is false. But if I cut off at a reasonable upper bound

(say exp(...) <= 1E-16) I get what I expect (up to rounding errors).

I consider that as a bug and wonder whether it is in the NAG library

or through Maple calling it - any explanation?

Edited to add: `Mapl