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hi, learners of maple like me, i was handling a project,but i came across this problem,and i began to doubt the accuracy of maple-plot,,,

very simply expression,result3,changing with the parameter f,

i first plot the f from 100 to 5000,

than i need to watch closer,

so i change the define domain of parameter f, plot f from 100 to 1000,  

and the result of plot definitely  differs from the previous one. 

low vally in the first figure (f in the scale of 100-1000),disappears! that's insane...


you can see below,

anyone see it, can you give me some clue? i really do not understand this. why ,why why,,

result3 := 3.269235506947450*10^11*sqrt(-1/(0.975698207102e-3*cos(0.19042716640833e-1*f)^2*cos(0.9521358320417e-2*f)^4-0.975698207102e-3*cos(0.19042716640833e-1*f)^2*cos(0.9521358320417e-2*f)^2+5.099915851388520*10^(-8)*cos(0.9521358320417e-2*f)^4-5.099915851388520*10^(-8)*cos(0.9521358320417e-2*f)^2+1.311634114532540*10^12*sin(0.19042716640833e-1*f)*sin(0.9521358320417e-2*f)*cos(0.9521358320417e-2*f)*cos(0.19042716640833e-1*f)+4.405792916762340*10^26*cos(0.19042716640833e-1*f)^2-4.406861706842330*10^26))



plot(result3, f = 100 .. 5000);



plot(result3, f = 100 .. 1000);










how will i go about solving this problem, i want to return somthing like this (this anwser is from another function that did not contain sin, and therefor did not gave me problems).

thx in advance


I've tried to find the solution to my problem, but none of my attempts was succesful.

I have a function which is one-to-one in a particular domain which I am interested in. I would like to get the inverse function of it only in this domain. Here is my function and plot for xp=0..10000:

x := xp-> (-1)*720.5668720*sinh(0.2043018094e-3*xp-0.8532729286)+84952.59423+4.014460003*10^5*arcsinh(0.1219272144e-1*sinh(0.2043018094e-3*xp-0.8532729286)-0.2032498888)

I would appreciate any help,


Why maple is not plotting the whole surface in the domain specified?

Thanks for the help.

I am doing a Calculus assignment and I can't find the commands for certain things.

1.Given the function f(x) = ((x+1)^2) / (1+x^2)

i) The domain of continuity of f(x)

ii) The intervals of increase and decrease of f(x) by using test points.


2. Use the IVT to prove existence of a root to the equation x^3 +10x^2 -100x +50=0 in the interval [-20,10]. Use again the IVT to show that there is a 1st root in [-17,-15], a 2nd toot in [0,1] and a 3rd root in [ 5,6]. Find or approximate those roots with Maple. (the bolded is what I need help).

I'm trying to limit the solutions of an equation to only positive values. I already found "with(RealDomain)" to ignore complex solutions.


Now I try something like



but that does not work, I still get both +sqrt(2) and -sqrt(2).

firstly apologies in advance for stuff in this question such as "triangle symbol",  my computer is pretty old. 

ok so i was confused a bit here, what i'm trying to do is write a maple procedure that computes Af for a given f contained in V . except we only need to correct the bug in the script below. This script demonstrates such a procedure in the case that omega is a square. The domain is given here as the negative set of a function F contained in V .  I have left in notes where/what i think we need to do but i dunno how to...

N:=10 ; # Global Var
Average := proc(F, f0) local f, i, j;
f := f0; # !!!!!!!!!!!!!! something is bad here...
for i to N do for j to N do
if F(i, j) < 0 then
f[i, j] := (f0[i - 1, j] + f0[i + 1, j] + f0[i, j + 1] + f0[i, j - 1])/4 ;
end if;
end do;end do;
return f;
end proc;
f0:=Matrix(N,F); # just to have something to test the procedure
Average(F,f0); # does not return the expected average, modifies f0


the necessary information we were given to produce this so far was..

Let N be a positive integer and [N] = {i contained in N | 1<= i <=N }  Let "Omega" C {(i,j) contained in [N] x [N] | 2<=i,j<=N-1} be a subset. Let V = R^([N]x[N]) be the vector space of real valued functions [N]x[N] -> R
and A, "triangle symbol":V->V (average) and "triangle symbole" (Laplacian) be the linear maps such that
[Af](i; j) = f(i; j)      if (i; j) not contained in "Omega"   OR

                             [f(i, j + 1) + f(i, j - 1) + f(i + 1, j) + f(i - 1, j)]/4 if (i,j) is contained in "Omega"

["traingle symbol"f](i,j) =  0 if (i,j) isnt contained in "Omega"   OR

                            ( f(i,j) - [f(i, j + 1) + f(i, j - 1) + f(i + 1, j) + f(i - 1, j)]/4 )    if (i,j) is contained in "Omega"

 Please and thank you for any help in advance <3


I'm trying to use the CriticalPoints command from the Student[Calculus1] package to determine the critical points of f(x) = x^2 * ln(x).



f := proc (x) options operator, arrow; x^2*ln(x) end proc:

`assuming`([CriticalPoints(f(x))], [x > 0])

[0, exp(-1/2)]



My issue is this. A critical point is defined as a value of x in the domain of f(x) where either f'(x)=0 or f'(x) does not exist. Clearly x=0 is not in the domain of f(x) = x^2*ln(x). How may I "trick" Maple into returning only the value exp(-1/2)?  As seen above, my attempt to use the assuming command proved futile.

More troubling, however, is whether or not the CriticalPoints command is using the correct definition to compute critical points. Can anyone shed some light on this?



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