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Just a small tangent to your problem ... , if say you did re-organize the books to equalize the number of pages each person scanned, you could utilize the BinPacking1d proc by Carl Love created a while back.


BinPacking1d(equalized # of pages to read per person, in this case 4500/3,[books available[pages,books]])




Your output is 2DOutput so go through the Format menu at styles and choose 2DOutput and Modify.

I recommend getting rid of Debian, not Maple but seriously, it's more of a debian font issue than a problem with maple.


Maybe something like

S1 := map(allvalues,sol);
remove(has, S1, I)



example of remove





Maybe just use op?



simplify(``sort(expand(f), s, ascending))

**edit added**  seems we can do away with the ,s,ascending part of the code and just write


alternately using rhs will work as well









Use listplot after performing the DCT from the SignalProcessing package.  Remember the DCT won't work with a stereo signal so use ToMono to convert your signal.

Seems to be the only way to 0 is to expand first

Generally sometime from March to May and only once has it been released in February.  It will be Maple 2018

Here's a start.  First the noisy clown jpg
Saving the picture to the c:/ drive

Borrowing some help from _Maxim_ in another question.  But I haven't gone further than I have since I haven't figured out how to mask and continue, anyone?





a := Read("c:/clown-noise.jpg")

a := Vector(4, {(1) = ` 1..128 x 1..128 `*Array, (2) = `Data Type: `*float[8], (3) = `Storage: `*rectangular, (4) = `Order: `*C_order})



b := `~`[ln](Array(abs(DiscreteTransforms:-FourierTransform(a)), datatype = float[8], order = C_order));

b := Vector(4, {(1) = ` 1..128 x 1..128 `*Array, (2) = `Data Type: `*float[8], (3) = `Storage: `*rectangular, (4) = `Order: `*C_order})


c := FitIntensity(ArrayTools:-CircularShift(b, 128*(1/2), 128*(1/2))):

Embed(Scale(c, 2))``



3. None of the methods listed on the evalf/Int page can handle this integral:

evalf(Int(1/((1-1/4*t^2)*sqrt(1-t^2)*sqrt(1-4*t^2)), t = 0 .. 3/2));

Although it can be done by splitting the integration range into 0..1/2, 1/2..1, 1..3/2.

None of the methods listed on the evalf/Int page can handle this computation:

Splitting is not required, if you change Int to int there is an answer returned  1.587000405-1.261993177*I

try expand then simplify

You forgot to include the variables after local, just add them after local

local T,Tinv,Dg:

also don't forget the semicolon or colon afterwards.

A colon after end proc:  will prevent Maple from mirroring the procedure in an output.

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