## use of implicit plot...

I have written the code below, and received the error message in the bottom. Can any body help me?

> with(plots);

> u := 100*sin((1/2)*pi*x)*((1-cosh(pi))*sinh((1/2)*pi*y)+sinh(pi)*cosh((1/2)*pi*y))/sin(pi);

> implicitplot({u = 10, u = 20, u = 30, u = 40, u = 50, u = 60, u = 70, u = 80, u = 90}, x = 0 .. 2, y = 0 .. 2, grid = [100, 100]);

Error, (in plots/implicitplot) invalid input: the following extra unknowns were found in the input expression: {pi}
>

## maple error help...

> u := am+bm*m0*x(t)+cm*n0*y(t);
> v := an+bn*m0*x(t)+cn*n0*y(t);
> eq1 := diff(x(t), t) = 2*A*(sinh(u)-x(t)*cosh(u));
> eq2 := diff(y(t), t) = 2*A*(sinh(v)-y(t)*cosh(v));
> init := x(0) = X, y(0) = Y;
> sol := dsolve({eq1, eq2, init}, {x(t), y(t)});
> param := A = 1/2, am = 0, bm = 1.2*exp(-4), cm = .5*exp(-5), m0 = 10000, an = 0, bn = -exp(-4), cn = 1.2*exp(-3), n0 = 1000;
> ;
> save u, v, param, " narm.sav";
Warning, unassigned variable `u` in save statement
Warning, unassigned variable `v` in save statement
Warning, unassigned variable `param` in save statement
> init := x(0) = 0, y(0) = 0.1e-1;
> eq1 := subs(param, eq1);
> eq2 := subs(param, eq2);
> sol := dsolve({eq1, eq2, init}, {x(t), y(t)}, numeric);
> with(plots);
> odeplot(sol, [x(t), y(t)], 0 .. 60, numpoints = 300, view = [-1 .. 1, -1 .. 1]);

## error in modeling population migration...

hi. please help me about modeling population migration. i am writing a sample for drawing plot in maple, however maple has not any error, but working incorrectly. my program is:

> u := am+bm*m0*x*t+cm*n0*y*t;
> v := an+bn*m0*x*t+cn*n0*y*t;
> eq1 := diff*(x*t, t) = 2*A*(sinh(u)-x*t*cosh(u));
> eq2 := diff*(y*t, t) = 2*A*(sinh(v)-y*t*cosh(v));
> init := x*0 = X, y*0 = Y;
> sol := dsolve*({eq1, eq2, init}, {x(t), y(t)}, numeric);
> param :=A=1/(2) ,am=0 , bm=1.2*(e)^(-4) ,cm= 0.5*(e)^(-5) ,;
> m0 = 10000, an = 0, bn = -exp(-4), cn = 1.2*exp(-3), n0 = 1000;
> save u, v, param, " narm.sav";
> init := x*0 = 0, y*0 = 0.1e-1;
> eq1 := subs*(param, eq1);
> eq2 := subs*(param, eq2);
> sol := dsolve*({eq1, eq2, init}, {x(t), y(t)}, numeric);
> with*plots;
> odeplot*(sol, [x*t, y*t], 0 .. 60, numpoints = 300, view = [-1 .. 1, -1 .. 1]);
> odeplot*(sol*d, [t, x*t, y*t], 0 .. 60, numpoints = 300, orientation = [70, 55], colour = black, axes = normal);
> init := x*0 = -1, y*0 = 1;
> sold := dsolve*({eq1, eq2, init}, {x(t), y(t)}, numeric);
> odeplot*(sold, [x*t, y*t], 0 .. 60, numpoints = 300, view = [-1 .. 1, -1 .. 1], color = black);

## Installing with windows 8.1...

I have 16 running on 32 bit xp computer, but I cannot install on 64 bit m/c with windows 8.1.

Have tried -r ,-f, -i options as in install.html, but install log says nothing installed.

How do I install ?

## operational definition equations...

Hi, I am an student and I am currently working on a system that sketches the relation of predator and prey of yellowstone's gray wolf and elk. I tried using the Lotka-Volterra model, but I wanted to add more parameters and add a carrying capacity for the system. Unfortunatley I cannot find a way to edit the Lotka model to my needs, and because I am new i do not know how to create my own model. This is the two equations I want to use: (D(x))(t) = alpha*x(t)-ax^2/k-b*x(t)*y(t)-gx(t), (D(y))(t) = -beta*y(t)+c*x(t)*y(t)-gy(t)

were k is carrying capacity.

Basically what I am asking is that if someone can help make the system workable on Maple and some steps of how to do it.

## Poincare Sections...

I am trying to use maple to plot a poincare section for the following Hamiltonain:

H:=(1/8)*(p1^2+16*p2^2-4*p1*p2*cos(q1-q2))/(3+sin(q1-q2)^2) - cos(q2)-8cos(q1)

I've been using Maples built in command as follows:

poincare(H, t=-5000..5000, ics, stepsize = 0.1, iterations = 1, scene = [q2,p2]);

for a given set of initial conditions ics. My problem is however I need to restrict the plotting value to p1>0, as otherwise i seem to get two overlapping maps as seen below:

How exactly can i do this?
Thanks
Connor

## Simplifications of Expressions containing Orthogon...

I am trying to simplify sums of a few LaguerreL polinomials of different n using the identities in the function advisor such as recurrsion relations. How does one go about in using the FunctionAdvisor identities when trying to simplify expressions containing orthogonal polynomials?

## While plotting with pointplot, how can index or nu...

Hi there,

I'm relativly new to maple and right now I'm trying to plot a couple of points (as part of a TSP-Solution) by doing the following:

with(plots):

p := [[565,575],[685,595],[700,580],[770,610]];

pointplot(p, connect=true);

Unfortunately it doesn't number the points. What I'm trying to do is that the above four points have a number or an index so I can see which point is where.

Is there a way to do this?

thanks

## Call a program again......

Hello:

I have a simple program to find the intercepts of an equation but I would like to program to ask the user:Would you like the run the program again?  Below is my code:

interceptslope()

all the program stuff

end proc:

Do you want to run the program again? Yes/No

How do I call the program again

Lonnie

## Prodlem with dsolve...

I'm trying to solve some ODE analitically. But Maple gives me an incorrect solution. What am I doing wrong? Thank you.

## Automatic switch to 2-d mode...

Hello, my problem is that I've changed in tools maple default mode to "Maple input" from "2-d" I've aplied it globbaly and it doesnt'work. Still when type Enter it switch automatically to 2-d Math, and I have to change it by Ctrl-M to 1-d. Any ideas how to solve it? I want 2-d just to output.

## generate binary sequence...

Hey all, I am new to the maple software.

I have a question to create a binary sequence -consisting of m zeroes and n ones.  For example, m=n=2. then the number of combinations of the binary sequence is 6,nchoosek(4,2).  And the combinations could be {1,1,0,0}, {0,0,1,1}

{1,0,1,0} ,{0,1,0,1},{0,1,1,0} and {1,0,0,1}. How do I program the maple code ,that could print out all the combinations above?

## Plotting a big expression, results in an empty gra...

Hi all

I'm having a hard time, making Maple plot a pretty huge expression in my project.

I have solved a differential equation with initial conditions with method=laplace. The differential equation contains a fourier serie equation, so the more accurate i want the equation to be, the larger the differential equation will be.

Maple solves the equation just fine, and i can plot the solution with 2-4 fourier parts, but when i go higher as i need, the graph ends up empty?

with 20 parts i get the following equation:

0.*sin(52.88*t)+0.*cos(74.03*t)-0.*sin(74.03*t)-0.*cos(52.88*t)+0.*cos(200.95*t)-0.*sin(200.95*t)+0.*cos(158.65*t)-5.55*10^(-8)*sin(105.76*t)-0.*sin(116.34*t)+0.*cos(31.73*t)-.45*sin(10.58*t)+1.02*cos(10.58*t)+0.*sin(95.19*t)+0.*cos(116.34*t)+0.*sin(179.80*t)-0.*cos(179.80*t)+0.*sin(137.49*t)-0.*sin(31.73*t)-0.*cos(95.19*t)+5.53*10^(-993)*(-1.13*10^992*cos(10.61*t)+8.14*10^991*sin(10.61*t))*exp(-0.7e-1*t)+4.23*10^(-7)*cos(211.53*t)-6.69*10^(-7)*cos(63.46*t)-6.11*10^(-7)*cos(105.76*t)+5.79*10^(-7)*cos(126.92*t)+6.67*10^(-8)*sin(42.31*t)-5.88*10^(-8)*sin(148.07*t)+5.88*10^(-8)*sin(211.53*t)+7.09*10^(-7)*cos(42.31*t)+5.45*10^(-8)*sin(84.61*t)+6.40*10^(-7)*cos(84.61*t)+5.72*10^(-8)*sin(126.92*t)-9.01*10^(-7)*cos(21.15*t)+5.97*10^(-8)*sin(169.22*t)+5.06*10^(-7)*cos(169.22*t)-5.98*10^(-8)*sin(190.38*t)-4.65*10^(-7)*cos(190.38*t)-5.44*10^(-7)*cos(148.07*t)-1.33*10^(-7)*sin(21.15*t)-5.61*10^(-8)*sin(63.46*t)-0.*cos(137.49*t)-0.*sin(158.65*t)

if i plot that expression, the graph ends up empty?

I did also try to solve the equation numerical to plot it with odeplot, but when i try to solve it without the laplace method i get this error message:
"Error, (in dsolve) found the following equations not depending on the unknows of the input system:"

The differential equation is:

ode:=diff(Theta(t), t, t)+2*Zeta*omega[balanceue]*(diff(Theta(t), t))+omega[balanceue]^2*Theta(t) = M[p]/m[balanceue]

and the initial conditions:

ICS := Theta(0) = (1/8)*Pi, (D(Theta))(0) = 0;

when i do:

dsolve({ICS, ode}, Theta(t), method = laplace) it solves just fine.

but when i try with:

dsolve({ICS, ode}, Theta(t))

or

dsolve({ICS, ode}, Theta(t),numeric)

I get the message:

Error, (in dsolve) found the following equations not depending on the unknowns of the input system: {Theta(0) = (1/8)*Pi, (D(Theta))(0) = 0}

It doesnt seem logical at all, is it a bug? Or can anybody help me with this problem?

Regards

Nicolai

## How to Plot Partial Sum Sequence...

I'm trying to find the partial sum of the function. Now I need to plot the first couple partial sums onto 1 graph.

I'm not really sure how to input the plot function. I was able to graph it by inputting each partial sum function but I would prefer an easier solution.