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## How to specify undefined value for part ...

Maple

Having a function where the value is for example only defined when abs(x) <= 1, then how can I specify that the value is otherwise undefined, the replacing "How_to_specify_undefined_value" below?

## How to use seq to make a sequence of fun...

Maple 2016

When using seq function below in the second call, it does not generate a sequence of functions with 'a' being 1, 2, and 3, and I had expected.

First seq function call is just to show that it works without the function "x ->" wrapping.

I could of couse use unapply as in the third call, but I had expected the second call to work.

Am I doing anything wrong, or is this a Maple bug?

## Where is the elaborate documentation for...

Maple

Trying to understand how Maple works, I wanted to read the documentation.

For the "plot" statements, there is a "view" option, and I found the build in documentation in version 2016 to say:

So based on this a list should be given with two range elements, and not other valid option format was described.

However, based on examples I fould, it appeas that a single range element (giving the Y range I guess) is also valid, like in:

Where am I missign the elaborate documentation that describes the legal option type?  Or is Maple programming just some kind of guess and try hacker language ? ;-)

## How to make Explore bind 'a' value that ...

Maple

Below I want to explore a function behaviour using a slider to determine the value of 'a' so the function is shown in a plot, but I can't figure out how to use Explore to bind the value of 'a'.

If I bind bind the value using "a := 5", then plot works, but when binding through Explore it does not work.  I can also write the function in the plot like "a * x", but that is not as general as using a function.

How to explore function like that.

## How to show values with unit that includ...

Maple 2016

When using units, then e.g. "2 m" is show as expected below, but "1 m" shown as only "m".  Even through correct, it is a non-standard way to write physical values.

How to get the physical values in a format of "{numerical} {unit}" even when the numerical part is 1?

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