kswong89

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@Carl Love Suppose I have the following equation below,







And assuming w(x,y) = 1, I = 1, E2= 1, a=1, b=1, m=1, xi=1, eta=1 and n=1 . How do I get Maple to solve the equation and its' double summation? 


I have tried using the following but this is the result and is obviously unsolved. (click the thumbnail below to view).

 

 

 

 

Thank you so much in advanced guys,

Keith.

@Carl Love Suppose I have the following equation below,







And assuming w(x,y) = 1, I = 1, E2= 1, a=1, b=1, m=1, xi=1, eta=1 and n=1 . How do I get Maple to solve the equation and its' double summation? 


I have tried using the following but this is the result and is obviously unsolved. (click the thumbnail below to view).

 

 

 

 

Thank you so much in advanced guys,

Keith.

Thanks, you are a legend.

Cheers

Keith

Thanks, you are a legend.

Cheers

Keith

@Carl Love Thank you so much! Sorry but how do I change the default?

@Carl Love Thank you so much! Sorry but how do I change the default?

Thanks! Function is displayed properly, except that theres a minus sign infront of the equation? As shown below:

 

 

Now I would like for Maple to rearrange the equation in terms of F, (which is easy by hand, but can't seem to work it out via Maple). Below shown is my attempt of rearranging the function so that it becomes F= .............. etc. :

As you guys can see, Maple gives me F = 0, which is incorrect.

Thank you in advanced.

Cheers,

Keith.

Thanks! Function is displayed properly, except that theres a minus sign infront of the equation? As shown below:

 

 

Now I would like for Maple to rearrange the equation in terms of F, (which is easy by hand, but can't seem to work it out via Maple). Below shown is my attempt of rearranging the function so that it becomes F= .............. etc. :

As you guys can see, Maple gives me F = 0, which is incorrect.

Thank you in advanced.

Cheers,

Keith.

ere is a picture of the function, didn't come up before sorry.


C
heers,

Keith.

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