For example, can a worksheet display a radius vector rotating through equally spaced points on a circle at a constantly reducing angular velocity?

Hello there,

When I tried to use 'solve' command to solve an algebraic matrix equation, I got this error:

Would you please tell me the correct way to solve it?

eq6_3_sol := T__PhPh = solve(eq6_3_1, T__PhPh);

Error, invalid input: solve expects its 1st argument, eqs, to be of type {`and`, `not`, `or`, algebraic, relation(algebraic), ({list, set})({`and`, `not`, `or`, algebraic, relation(algebraic)})}, but received (Vector(3, {(1) = cos(omega__o*t), (2) = -cos(omega__o*t+(1/3)*Pi), (3) = -sin(omega__o*t+(1/6)*Pi)})) = T__PhPh . (Vector(3, {(1) = cos(omega__i*t), (2) = -cos(omega__i*t+(1/3)*Pi), (3) = -sin(omega__i*t+(1/6)*Pi)}))

The matrix equation I tried to solve is presented below:

(sorry for the duplication below, perhaps the Maple app which is supposed to display the content of the worksheet is not too happy with Microsoft Edge browser)

Let's consider nonlinear partial differential equations as follows:

It can be reduced into the nonlinear ordinary differential equation

by using the transformation as follows:

**How to write a code for transforming the PDE to ODE by Maple?**

For example; let's consider the following PDE

by using the transformation above we get the following ODE.

restart: with(PDEtools): tr1:={x=mu*t + xi,u(x,t)=U(xi) }; PDE := diff(u(x,t),t) +p*u(x,t)*diff(u(x,t),x) +q* diff(u(x,t),x$3)=0; dchange(tr1,PDE);

How I can obtain system (21) in the following pdf file? In the first step several changes of variables are done to obtain the system (20), then changes the variables again repeated in the neighborhood (w1 *, w2 *) to gain Eq 21. I have 3 questuin: 1-The change of variables performed in the neighborhood (w1 *, w2 *) for system (20) or for system (7) ??? 2-What does it mean in the neighborhood (w1 *, w2 *)? 3- How did obtaun Eq (21)?

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I am using code edit region for parameters but getting this error, can someone help me to solve this issue.

So I recently bought a new desktop with **Windows 10** installed. The problem is hard to describe so I put a picture. This problem occurs randomly (**Mostly occurs after I click the right button, when browsing the option in the pop-up toolbar)**.

When this problem happens, if I move my mouse to any toolbar which suppose to pop-up a toolbar, the pop-up toolbar wont disspear. And ultmately leads to the picture I showned above.

Sorry for the bad explaintion but it is just like I said, it is hard to describe the problem. This PC arrives around Christmas and I downloaded Maple last week. And it never have been normal. **This issue also happens to NetLogo** (A model simulation software).

I asked DELL's technique services and they did a remote control to help me fix the issue. However, the problem doesn't solved (They worked on this for about 3 hours). It seems the only choice I have is to reinstall the Windows.

Does anyone have met this problem or know who met it before? Please let me know and I'm really appreciate it.

Is there a workaround for this?

restart; int(sqrt(x)*sin(sqrt(3)*ln(x)/2),x)

The answer according to Mathematica is

Maple 2020.2 on windows 10

Here is what I'm trying to do. Say I have a Digraph G1 defined by:

**with(GraphTheory):
G1:=Digraph([a,b,c],{[[a,b],2],[[b,c],3],[[c,a],4]});**

I would like to produce the undirected graph G2, with the same weights:

**G2:=Graph([a,b,c],{[{a,b},2],[{b,c},3],[{c,a},4]});**

After looking in the GraphTheory package, I found UnderlyingGraph, which seems to do what I want.

Namely,

**G3:=UnderlyingGraph(G1,weighted=true);**

I had a first problem: there is a bug in the documentation, as the option is 'weights' in the documentation, whereas the source code shows it must be 'weighted'.

But then I had another problem, but maybe I didn't understand the purpose of UnderlyingGraph: apparently, I don't get G2. For instance:

**DijkstrasAlgorithm(G1,a);
[[[a], 0], [[a, b], 2], [[a, b, c], 5]]**

**DijkstrasAlgorithm(G2,a);
[[[a], 0], [[a, b], 2], [[a, c], 4]]**

**DijkstrasAlgorithm(G3,a);
[[[a], 0], [[a, c, b], 0], [[a, c], 0]]**

The problem seems to come from the weight matrix, which is not symmetric (it is for G2):

**WeightMatrix(G3);
[0 2 0]
[ ]
[0 0 3]
[ ]
[4 0 0]**

**Edges(G3,weights=true);**

**{[{a, b}, 0], [{a, b}, 2], [{a, c}, 0], [{a, c}, 4], [{b, c}, 0], [{b, c}, 3]}**

However, G3 is undirected:

**IsDirected(G3);**

** false**

So, the graph is undirected, but it has different weights for a-b and b-a. Weird.

Now, I am wondering what UnderlyingGraph is supposed to return. After looking at the source code, it seems the statement **EW := EW0 + LinearAlgebra:-Transpose(EW0)** builds a symmetric weight matrix, but for some reason it's not what is returned.

Is this a bug in the function? Or did I do something wrong? Is there a better way to achieve what I wanted?

>(solve(0 < M^2 - 4*m^2, M) assuming (0 < M, 0 < m))

>with(plots):

>inequal(0 < M^2 - 4*m^2, M > 2*m, m = 1 .. 5)

I know that it won't work:

Error, (in plots:-inequal) invalid input: Plot:-Inequality expects its 2nd argument, r1, to be of type name = range(And(realcons, Not(infinity))), but received 2*m < M

I even try

>inequal(0 < M^2 - 4*m^2, m = 1 .. 5, 2*m < M)

But is it possible to do it another way. Could it be an added functionality.

Of course, if I write values like this:

>inequal(0 < M^2 - 4*m^2, m = 1 .. 5, M = 2 .. 10)

I get a plot, a triangle.

Consider the following simple example. It works fine and we get a plot with two blue points and two red points when we run it inside Maple. However, when we right click on it and choose export as `.eps` file, the result is a plot with four black points!

List := [[[0, 0], 1], [[1, 2], 0], [[2, 3], 0], [[3, 1], 1]]: plots[pointplot]([seq(List[i][1], i = 1 .. nops(List))], color = [seq(`if`(List[j][2] = 1, red, blue), j = 1 .. nops(List))], symbolsize = 12, symbol = solidcircle, labels = [typeset(t), typeset(x[t])]);

Of course one solution is to make a seperate pointplot for each color and then use `plots[display]`. But what if there is a situation with more number of colors or a gradient of colors which you can't know how many colors will be in the end?

Is there any specific reason behind becoming black when I export the output of this plot? I wonder why it is displayed properly inside Maple, but not in the eps output.

Why this fails in solve in Maple 2020.2?

restart; A:=-ln(u)/2 + ln(3*u - 2)/6; B:=_C1 + ln(x); sol := solve(A-B= 0,u) assuming real

No error if I try the above code in Maple 2019.2.

Also, the error goes away if I replace **assuming real **with **assuming x::real**

restart; A:=-ln(u)/2 + ln(3*u - 2)/6; B:=_C1 + ln(x); sol := solve(A-B= 0,u) assuming x::real

Is this a bug in solve?

Maple 2020.2 on windows 10.

Why this error shows up when adding assuming?

restart; expr:= ln(c^2*y/sqrt(c^2)+sqrt(c^2*y^2+1)); simplify(expr,size=true,evaluate_known_functions=false); simplify(expr,size=true,evaluate_known_functions=false) assuming real; #error