## 1212 Reputation

18 years, 277 days

## Even If One Uses Assume...

So Maple considers anything that looks like a variable to be one, even if you previously used the assume command ? I assumed that the constants were positive reals. assume(a > 0, m > 0) and somewhere I think I assigned h to the value of Planck's constant. h := 6.63*10^(-34) Guess this is just another quirk of Maple I'll need experience to overcome, or adapt to. v/r,

## Even If One Uses Assume...

So Maple considers anything that looks like a variable to be one, even if you previously used the assume command ? I assumed that the constants were positive reals. assume(a > 0, m > 0) and somewhere I think I assigned h to the value of Planck's constant. h := 6.63*10^(-34) Guess this is just another quirk of Maple I'll need experience to overcome, or adapt to. v/r,

## Sorry About The Unorganized Worksheet...

Sorry About not "tidying" the worksheet, and precisely stating my request. v/r,

## Sorry About The Unorganized Worksheet...

Sorry About not "tidying" the worksheet, and precisely stating my request. v/r,

## The square expression or the psi(x) mapp...

Sorry, I'm trying to plot either the expression: square, which is just the function psi(x) multiplied by itself. or the function psi(x) itself. I think it's the constants in those expressions causing the problems. Thanks, Dan

## The square expression or the psi(x) mapp...

Sorry, I'm trying to plot either the expression: square, which is just the function psi(x) multiplied by itself. or the function psi(x) itself. I think it's the constants in those expressions causing the problems. Thanks, Dan

## How Would I Also Plot It ?...

I also tried plotting this function, and kept getting empty plot errors. Any hints ? v/r, Dan

## How Would I Also Plot It ?...

I also tried plotting this function, and kept getting empty plot errors. Any hints ? v/r, Dan

## Does Anyone Already Use Maple 11...

Has anyone already upgraded to 11 ? If so were there any troubles or issues during / after installation and upgrading ? I'm using a Windows XP machine with Maple version 10.04 or 10.05, (I think). v/r, dc

## How Do I Substitute In the Cosine Functi...

Thanks. Another question. How would I put the cosine function into the Eigenvectors output, that contains "RootOf" expressions ? would the "op" or "subsop" operator be useful ?

## How Do I Substitute In the Cosine Functi...

Thanks. Another question. How would I put the cosine function into the Eigenvectors output, that contains "RootOf" expressions ? would the "op" or "subsop" operator be useful ?

## No Calculus ?...

After first hearing this problem, I thought calculus would have been involved in a solution.

## I Stumbled On Another Way...

I just happened to select all, copy, and pasted in Microsoft Word, and it worked. Simple enough, and I guess that's allowable in Maple 10. Thanks for the additional methods, v/r,

## Screenshot Attempt...

announcements polls books blogs forums About | Help | Contact | Logged in as dcasimir ( 61) | Log Out MaplePrimes Maplesoft Web Home » forums » General Discussion » MaplePrimes Suggestions Alignment of the Forum Reply Text Box Posted on 2006-12-02 12:29 By dcasimir ( 61) Categories: MaplePrimes Suggestions Sometimes when I reply to a forum posting, or look at some forum topics, the text box that would contain the body of the posting is misaligned from above formatting options, e.g. "I, B, spellcheck etc". It's pushed more to the right side of the screen, even after I scroll completely to the right. Thanks, Dan ‹ Welcome to MaplePrimes suggestions Proprietary / Privacy Statement › email this forum printer friendly version write to author subscribe post CommentsIE7 vs. Firefox Comment on 2006-12-02 13:04 From alec ( 706) reply email this comment write to author I have this problem in IE7. It works OK with Firefox. __________ Alec Mihailovs http://mihailovs.com/Alec/ Screenshot Comment on 2006-12-04 10:46 From Will ( 600) reply email this comment write to author Could you please post a screenshot of the problem? I am currently using IE6 and the reply box looks good to me. I don't want to upgrade to IE7 because there are many more people who use IE6 and I want to be able to make sure the site looks good there for them. Firefox is of course, my primary browser. ____ William Spaetzel Marketing Engineer, Maplesoft I Only Have Explorer 7 Comment on 2006-12-02 15:51 From dcasimir ( 61) reply email this comment write to author Is Mapleprimes management aware of this problem ? Does anyone else have anything to add ? v/r, dc Firefox Comment on 2006-12-02 16:36 From alec ( 706) reply email this comment write to author I posted a comment about that on November 13 in the Welcome to the redesigned MaplePrimes thread. That, generally, is the only reason why I use Firefox. You can download it from http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/ __________ Alec Mihailovs http://mihailovs.com/Alec/ Comment viewing options Flat list - collapsedFlat list - expandedThreaded list - collapsedThreaded list - expanded Date - newest firstDate - oldest first 10 comments per page30 comments per page50 comments per page70 comments per page90 comments per page150 comments per page200 comments per page250 comments per page300 comments per page Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes. Post new comment Your name: dcasimir Subject: Comment: * Upload/Use File or Worksheet | Help Input format Filtered HTML Allows use of and tags to enter 2D math here for help Allowed HTML tags: ` ````  Lines and paragraphs break automatically. External hyperlinks are modified to open in a new window Plain Text (HTML not available) Lines and paragraphs break automatically. Worksheet HTML Allowed HTML tags: ```
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