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a1:= f(x) :
> T1 :=simplify((taylor(a1,x=alpha,N+3))):
> E1:=subs([seq(((D@@i)(f))(alpha) = 0,i=1..m-1),f(alpha)=0,x=e[n]+alpha],T1):
> g1 :=(convert(simplify(series((E1,e[n]=0,N))),polynom));


When executing the following orders,



convert(a, symbol);


the result is .6e-2.


How to make Maple return the form 0.006, just as the original?

Hi all

I need to convert int matrix into matrix over finite field.

E.g: Convert inform integer number

      A := <140, 155, 162, 64;

               218, 12, 245, 50;

                36, 251, 34, 253;

                171, 251, 184, 37>;

 into B = <x^7+x^3+x^2,x^7+x^4+x^3+x+1,x^7+x^5+x, x^6;

             x^7+x^6+x^4+x^3+x, x^3+x^2, x^7+x^6+x^5+x^4+x^2+1, x^5+x^4+x;

            x^5+x^2, x^7+x^6+x^5+x^4+x^3+x+1, x^5+x, x^7+x^6+x^5+x^4+x^3+x^2+1;

            x^7+x^5+x^3+x+1, x^7+x^6+x^5+x^4+x^3+x+1, x^7+x^5+x^4+x^3, x^5+x^2+1>;


(Matrix B over finite field GF(2^8)/f(x) =x^8 + x^6 +x^5 +x^3 +1) 

Thanks alot.

Occasionally I have need to import 1D Maple expressions into Mathematica, because I believe mma has superior simplify functionality (sorry Maple). Mathematica has its own syntax which (of course) differs to maple.  eg sin(x) in maple is Sin[x] in mma ; ln(x)=Log[x] ;....... I'm aware of the package MmaTranslator, but I think it only converts mma to maple.

so i need some code pls.

(i have bolded the functions which need to be converted)

eg: i/p:





Hi guys,

I can not convert a series with label.


If anyone can confirm this?


It is given 

   xn (n x - n - x) / (x-1)2 + x / (x-1)2  , n is a (symbolic) positive integer.

I want to transform it into

n xn+1 / (x-1) - x (xn-1) / (x-1)2

How is it possible?

I tried the  simplify, convert (parfrac), collect, combine, expand,  with/without assuming.

Thanks in advance.

Hi all

I have  a simple question in export as eps format in Maple. i want the converted eps file with no box, but when i use export as eps by right click on plotted figure in Maple and then select " Export As--> Encapsulated PostScript(EPS)...", the below mentioned box(as in sample attached picture) will appear. How can I remove it? The Sample picture is attached. 

will be grateful of any guidance.

Thanks in advance

Mahmood   Dadkhah

Ph.D Candidate

Applied Mathematics Department

I run the following working maplet:



Where "muutujad" is a procedure I defined and which returns the three inputs in the form [TF1,TF2,TF3].

It works fine, but if I insert "theta" as input, it of course stays in the string form, not Θ. Even if I copy the symbol and paste it in the textfied, it doesn't accept the symbol. Is there any way I can convert the text input to actual symbol?

I have a vector of dimension n with each component being an equation of a linear system.

Can maple convert this Vector to a Matrix-Vector form with the matrix being constant coefficients?

Does anyone know an easy way to convert %d_ to D? I tried the convert command, but no effect.  Thanks.




we can get the continued fraction of cot(x) with the command

> convert(cot(x), confrac, x, 6)

the result is


 convert(cot(x), confrac, x, 6)

how could I convert this result to a form like




Is there a way to convert this FDTD code into Maple

Hy(1 to M)=0;

Ex(1 to M+1)=0;

For t=1 to T,


For k=1 to M,



For k=2 to M,




Thanks in advance.

In Maple 11 we have:

> A := <a,b,c>:
> a := 1:  b := 2: c := 3:
> convert(A, list);
                                   [1, 2, 3]

In Maple 2015 we have:

> A := <a,b,c>:
> a := 1:  b := 2: c := 3:
> convert(A, list);
                                   [a, b, c]

Is that change really intended?



In a course I am looking at, the system of units is mostly in FPS.  Wich I never use.  But they ask sometime to convert it to SI.  But with Maple, I have a problem:

For Force, it use lb that I cannot convert into N

So what unit should I use to convert FPS to SI for the force.


I know that slug*ft*s^(-2) convert to N with no problem.


Thank you for your help.



Mario Lemelin
Maple 2015 Ubuntu 14.04 - 64 bits
Maple 2015 Win 7 - 64 bits messagerie : téléphone :  (819) 376-0987
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