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This question is used for general demonstration purposes only. I wish to animate a periodic function whose amplitude is growing and I'd like to trace the growth over time.

Can anyone suggest a simple function that can provide this requirement? The example given here is the basic sine curve of fixed amplitude and wavelength.

Thanks for reading.

MaplePrimes_Question.mw

Good day to you all.

I would like to construct a plot of several data sources and would like to understand how I can animate each event.

For instance - consider a plot of 2 data sets (a simple example is in the attached worksheet), one as a point and another as a column. What is the most efficient way to construct this? Following that, how can both data sets be animated in synch?

Thanks for reading!

MaplePrimes_Example.mw

For convenience, I am looking to extract a sequence of numbers that is generated by a simple procedure.

The attached shows such an example.

In this (simple) case, the output I require is [1,4,9,16,25].

Can anyone suggest a way to do this?

Thank you all ...

MaplePrimes_Example.mw

I would like to extract the x and y values from a list containing ordered pairs, [x,y], and display as a list.

For example, given 

  A:= [ [4,2], [9,1], [6,8] ] 

how can I obtain 

 X:=[4,9,6] and Y:=[2,1,8] 

using a simple command?

Thank you!

Good day.

My question involves a set of prescribed points in the Cartesian plane. The x and y ranges are fixed. The points are connected by (imaginary) horizontal and vertical lines to produce a fixed number of blocks / grids.

An example is given in the attached file.  Grid_Example.mw

Now, I wish to reduce the intervals between these points by a scaling factor, n, so as to generate more blocks within the plane that is constrained by the x and y-ranges.

In doing so, I need to find the (x,y)-location of these points in the plane and it would also be great if I could obtain a simple plot.  

As I have several scaling factors to investigate, I was hoping someone may be able to guide me towards a simple routine to help obtain these solutions.

Once again, thanks for taking the time to read this.

 

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