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You are welcome!

You are welcome!

@Zahid Aziz 

 

That's great news!  I'm happy to hear that the problem has been solved.

@Zahid Aziz 

 

That's great news!  I'm happy to hear that the problem has been solved.

This seems like a question for our Technical Support team!  I would recommend that you send an email to support@maplesoft.com with your model attached.  This way someone can work with the model directly and hopefully determine the cause of the problem.

It is also worth noting that if you want more than 10 digits of Pi (which is the default) you can use the command

 

evalf[n](Pi);

 

where n is the number of digits you want.  This will return a numerical approximation of Pi with n digits.

It is also worth noting that if you want more than 10 digits of Pi (which is the default) you can use the command

 

evalf[n](Pi);

 

where n is the number of digits you want.  This will return a numerical approximation of Pi with n digits.

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