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## @Mac Dude My problem does not relat...

@Mac Dude My problem does not relate to "how to export files" or "how to export files in highest resolution". More specifically, my question relates to ensuring font consistency. Your solution of changing the fonts to times in the LaTeX document is not particularly appealing. I would rather adapt the plots to my document than the other way around. Thank you for your reply though.

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## THanks again...

THanks you have been very helpful. I now need to copy paste the 4 plots that I have generated to Pdf. WHen I do that it seems that it only picks to top left plot. How can I convert all 4 to pdf?

## THanks again...

THanks you have been very helpful. I now need to copy paste the 4 plots that I have generated to Pdf. WHen I do that it seems that it only picks to top left plot. How can I convert all 4 to pdf?

## Thanks...

THanks this works! It was the second option I was trying to go for. One more thing, do you know how to get rid of the frames such that the two coordinate systems are positioned next to each other without the frames?

Cheers.

## Thanks...

THanks this works! It was the second option I was trying to go for. One more thing, do you know how to get rid of the frames such that the two coordinate systems are positioned next to each other without the frames?

Cheers.

## Possibility...

Are you saying it is not possible to do this?

## Possibility...

Are you saying it is not possible to do this?

## Thanks very much, what I meant was Q[i h...

Thanks very much, what I meant was Q[i h]. That works!

Do you know of a website which offers elementary Maple tutorials in basic algebra for free just so that I don't need to ask these trivial questions? I'm relatively new in it.

Also, could I ask you the following question about differention of a sum. Consider the following:

diff(sum((1/2)*Q[i h], i = 1 .. n), Q[i h]);

In my version of Maple this returns:

(1/2)n

but since I am differentiating wrt. Q[i h] it should really return just:

(1/2)

What do you say?

Cheers,

Christian

## Thanks very much, what I meant was Q[i h...

Thanks very much, what I meant was Q[i h]. That works!

Do you know of a website which offers elementary Maple tutorials in basic algebra for free just so that I don't need to ask these trivial questions? I'm relatively new in it.

Also, could I ask you the following question about differention of a sum. Consider the following:

diff(sum((1/2)*Q[i h], i = 1 .. n), Q[i h]);

In my version of Maple this returns:

(1/2)n

but since I am differentiating wrt. Q[i h] it should really return just:

(1/2)

What do you say?

Cheers,

Christian

## yes sorry, I misunderstood the command w...

yes sorry, I misunderstood the command when I read it. THanks for the answer. I was wondering if you were able to tell me if it is possible to introduce a second subscript on a particular variable and sum only one. So for example:

> sum(Q_ih, i=1..n)

?

Thanks,

Christian

## yes sorry, I misunderstood the command w...

yes sorry, I misunderstood the command when I read it. THanks for the answer. I was wondering if you were able to tell me if it is possible to introduce a second subscript on a particular variable and sum only one. So for example:

> sum(Q_ih, i=1..n)

?

Thanks,

Christian

## Thanks...

Thank you, that works. Is there any chance I can restrict the parameter space for the solutions?

So, for example, RealDomain:-Solve(x^2+y^2+v^2, x) for v<2

Thanks,

Christian

## Thanks...

Thank you, that works. Is there any chance I can restrict the parameter space for the solutions?

So, for example, RealDomain:-Solve(x^2+y^2+v^2, x) for v<2

Thanks,

Christian

## Thank you...

I tried that in it worked in most cases. Thanks. The only problem is that for some parameter specifications I actually get multiple solutions for z y and z. Is there any way I can discriminate among the various solutions?

Thanks,

Christian

## Thank you...

I tried that in it worked in most cases. Thanks. The only problem is that for some parameter specifications I actually get multiple solutions for z y and z. Is there any way I can discriminate among the various solutions?

Thanks,

Christian

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