Carl Love

Carl Love

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My name was formerly Carl Devore.

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@wb_jerry Okay, then the problem is almost certainly solvable. I ask again: Is a floating-point solution acceptable?

What do you mean by "anyway"? Didn't I help you?

@wb_jerry Okay, then the problem is almost certainly solvable. I ask again: Is a floating-point solution acceptable?

What do you mean by "anyway"? Didn't I help you?

@JamesK Note that it is only the long display labels that make the plot look messy. There is no problem with the internal representation of the Graph. I am about to post an update that deals with this.

@JamesK Note that it is only the long display labels that make the plot look messy. There is no problem with the internal representation of the Graph. I am about to post an update that deals with this.

@Markiyan Hirnyk You're right. I hadn't noticed that comment in the lengthy thread, probably because it was short and did not display a plot.

@Markiyan Hirnyk You're right. I hadn't noticed that comment in the lengthy thread, probably because it was short and did not display a plot.

You said, "Ok, I've done it". Do you mean that you've done just the uploading (following my Answer), or the uploading and the plotting also (following Markiyan's Answer)?

If you still need to do the plotting, Do you know if the data in the first column (the independent variable) are in numerical order?

You said, "Ok, I've done it". Do you mean that you've done just the uploading (following my Answer), or the uploading and the plotting also (following Markiyan's Answer)?

If you still need to do the plotting, Do you know if the data in the first column (the independent variable) are in numerical order?

@trial123 Your problem is interesting, but I don't know enough mechanical engineering to answer it. Other people may be reluctant to look at your problem because of the extra trouble of viewing the images one-by-one. So you should upload your worksheet. Here's how: In the MaplePrimes text editor, in the second row of the toolbar, the last item is a fat green up arrow. Click on that. You should also upload the diagram.

I find the need to convert to polynomial form strange. Should that be considered a bug? Is there any analogous situation with dsolve?

I find the need to convert to polynomial form strange. Should that be considered a bug? Is there any analogous situation with dsolve?

It is very unlikely that something would be fixed for Maple 16 now that Maple 17 has been released. But we might as well see if the error is also produced in Maple 17, so upload your program.

And, are you sure that the results that Maple 14 and 15 give are correct? There's a chance (perhaps small) that an error message is the correct response to your problem, and represents the correction of a bug rather than the introduction of one.

Also a nice trick. This shows that any distinct region can be selected if you can "trace" the border as one continuous path.

Also a nice trick. This shows that any distinct region can be selected if you can "trace" the border as one continuous path.

Try 7/2. I get a Beta function in Maple 17.

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