5 years, 82 days

## Remainder...

Couldn't be easier.

Thanks a lot

## Good to know...

Thank you.

I had that formula from an old astronomy book by J. Meeus; it's got other interesting formulas but I think it is a little too convolute at times and not always clear

I did not think about checking the USNO, good idea.

## Thank you...

I reckon my mother is right when she says sometimes I fail to see things under my nose!

Thank you for your help, I'm not too worried if the proc does not work, I'm more interested in learning Maples.

## @Mac Dude Ok, thank you. I found th...

@Mac Dude Ok, thank you. I found them and it seems to work now.

Thanks a lot

## @phil2  I checked the FAQ page but...

I checked the FAQ page but I have not the following files in my Maple.Frameworks:

"\Library\Frameworks\Maple.framework\Versions\[version number]\bin\maple

\Library\Frameworks\Maple.framework\Versions\[versionnumber]\bin.APPLE_UNIVERSAL_OSX\mserver

\Library\Frameworks\Maple.framework\Versions\[versionnumber]\bin.APPLE_UNIVERSAL_OSX\mserver32"

The only thing I have is License.dat

## I double checked and Maple is not denied...

I double checked and Maple is not denied. The dsame thing used to happen with Maple 18.

It works fine, just bothering, that's all

## Thank you...

Sorry about the english syntax, I typed in a hurry and did not check it.

Regards,
Martina

## Dilog...

I tried to solve the following:

int(ln(e^x+7), x);
The result us:

(ln|7|*ln|1/7*e^x|)/ln|7| - (dilog(1/7*e^x + 1))/ln|7|

I cannot figure out what tis dilog is, specifically how to put it on paper or how to evaluate it. The fist part of the expression is easy: just calculate substitute the numbers, assign a value to the variable x and you get some sort of result; how do you behave with the second part of the expression when a dilog is involved?

I had a result involving a polylog but I cannot find the example

Thank you

## Re. not necessarily...

Let me study modules a minute.
I have the Terminator's feeling: "I'll be back!"

Thanks for naow

## Re: No problem...

So, basically you write a procedure within a procedure and then call it any time you want.

Am I correct?

## Re - Corrected version...

I don't use Maple too much, I realize I'm still "green".

## Ok, if not 2-D math, what should I use?...

Ok, if not 2-D math, what should I use?

## @Carl Love Even with your changes I...

@Carl Love Even with your changes I still get this Untitled.pdf

## Wow! I couldn't believe it was so bad! I...

Wow!

I couldn't believe it was so bad!

I am still very "fresh" at Maple programming, it's the only excuse I can think of.

Thanks for everything

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