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Hello,

I'm having a bit of difficulty with the function "eval" I would like it to perform a full evaluation of an expression, but it does not appear to be doing this. When I try to explicitly pass it a value for the evaluation level it doesn't appear to take the integer input, the only way I can get it to work is to nest calls to eval ...[ie eval(eval(exp))]. Below is the code giving me the problem, the problem occurs on the last line...any suggestions would be appreciated

Thank you.

 

Hello,

I'd like to declare a Matrix of variables, then assign each to a value, then just display the resulting Matrix...seems pretty simple. Evalm used show the evaluated version, but I guess that is now depricated. How do I do it in Maple 13....for example

gradV:=Matrix([[a11*x1+a12*x2],[a21*x1+a22*x2]]);
a11:=1;
a12:=0;
a21:=0;
a22:=1;
gradV;
 

thank you.

Hello,

when using Maple to do simple calculus I usually have to explicitly
state the dependence of each variable in the expression....for example

c*(1-cos(x[1](t)))+x[2](t)^2/2

is there a way to declare generic functions of a dependent variable
say

x1 = x1(t) or x2 = x2(x,y,z)

and avoid having to do it repeatedly in an expression?  I know i can use subs to replace patterns, but can you declare somthing like f(x,y,z,t) without giving the details?

Thank you

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