Hello again Maple experts,
I have four nonstochastic variables s11, s12,s21,s22.. from there I have 2 random variables X1 and X2 (to begin, it may be a uniform distribution U[-1,1]) . I generate the random variables y1 and y2:
y1 = min(s11+X1, s21+X2)
y2 = min(s12+X1, s22+X2)
1. How could I obtain with MAPLE the distribution of
2. And how could I obtain the expected value of Z?
Thanks in advance for any help.
I have a nested list, say
and I want to use something like
[[1, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4], [1/5, 1/6], [1/7, 1/8, 1/9]]
but it won't work...
map doesn't go in nested lists and it rather returns
[1/[1, 2, 3, 4], 1/[5, 6], 1/[7, 8, 9]]
I can't find an example about this simple problem,
I'm sure it must be easy though but I'm losing my mind on this one.
Hi, I have been trying to use Euler's method to calculate approximate values on maple 11, and I cannot get it to work. Can someone show me the exact things to enter? I am given y', an initial value, and step size. I looked it up online and followed various directions, but still haven't been able to get an answer.
The Vim editor ships with a maple.vim file, which is a "maple mode". It was first created by Charles Campbell, and I provided some updates (up to Maple 9.5). I am about to rev that up to Maple 11, so I would like to know if there are any feature requests which I should consider rolling-in at the same time? If you have little bits of vim scripts which you yourself use, by all means, send them along! [You'll get full credit for that, I am fine with being just an aggregator...
Assuming that I have the following
row1 = a, b, c
row2 = a, b, c
row3 = b, c , a
I would like to obtain for each column the frequencies:
column1 a: 2, b: 1, c:0
column2 a:0, b:2, c: 1
column3 a:1, b:0, c:2
How could I do it with maple?
Do I need to use some package?
Thanks in advance,
I am trying to evaluate a number of N[i,j] variables and part of the process of finding them includes "Int" and afterwards "evalf". In case I calculate them manually as in (functions, variables and constants previously defined):
G11 := diff(psi2, a, a);
dpsi2 := diff(psir2, a, a)+diff(psiz2, a, a);
Izr := -E*(Int(u*G11, [z = -infinity .. infinity, r = 0 .. infinity]))+Int(u*((j*g0+j^2/r^2+(1/4)*g0^2*r^2-2/rho)*G11+dpsi2), [z = -infinity .. infinity, r = 0 .. infinity]):
Izr2 := evalf(Izr);
N[1,1] := (a*a)*Izr2;
I obtain neat results for Izr2 and N[1,1] (i.e. the integration is done and results in a number).
Suppose I've plotted 3 functions:
Now I'd like to have these 3 plots following one after another (in a successive manner) in 1 plot like diagram. How can I perform such a task?
How can I have a plot in reverse range? For example instead of plot(x^2,x=0..1), I'd like to have sth as plot(x^2,x=1..0), i.e. the horizontal range begins from 1 and ends to zero (also the vertical range is from (1)^2=1 to (0)^2=0).
Does anyone know how to derivate such function:
and avoid in result: Float(undefined) in points where function is not continuous. You can see what I'm writing about in file trajectory
The problem is that I have a big simulation of constrained robot and I need to derivate my equations which are not continuous and I cannot change it.
Thanks for any help.
P.S. I forgot to write I use MAPLE version 8
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When I create a function, say:
r := t-> [t^2, 2t, 3t^3];
And then somewhere further down my document I do...
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I am using Maple 11 on a Mac, and have read the help file on the RowReduce command in the LinearAlgebra[Modular] package, which explains all of the parameters I need to include. I thought I understood the parameters, but I get an error each time I try to do use the command. The error I get states that the matrix is singular, which shouldn't be a problem since I am not trying to invert anything.
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In the attached document X is a function in p and F. Solving X for F returns three possible solutions in p. When I put p=6 all three solutions contain complex numbers.
However, when I put p=6 at the very top of the file, transforming X into a function of only F, Maple finds two possible solutions for F both without complex numbers (11.1 and 3371.9, whereas 11.1 is the "right one").
How come that Maple doesn't yield the same results when I define p=6 later in the file?
I'd be very greatful for any suggestions and help!
Hello, I ran into some problems with the y-axis labeling and tickmarks, and would appreciate any help you could offer. Thanks!
The y-axis plotted below has two 10^(-6) labels,
and the tickmarks on the y-axis do not look correct
either (more than 10 subtickmarks per order of magnitude!).
> dBv := 37.43; dBv := 31.29; dBv := 25.75; dBv := 20.86; dBv := 16.54; dBv := 12.58; dBv := 9.28; dBv := 6.02; dBv := 3.32; dBv := 1.25; dBv := -1.54; dBv := -3.38; dBv := -5.45; dBv := -7.2; dBv := -8.04; dBv := -8.29; dBv := -10.06; dBv := -9.32; dBv := -10.53; dBv := -9.71;
I ran into this in my Modern Algebra class; and decided it might be of interest.
We were given the problem to:
"Find the least prime p s.t. 2^(p-1) congruent to 1 (mod p^2)"
EVERY prime p > 2 has the property, 2^(p-1) congruent to 1 (mod p), by Fermat's Theorem (since 2 does not divide such prime p).
But, mod p^2 is another story.
This was given in a class where everything is done by hand calculation, based on theorems. I couldn't come up with any way to determine it other than brute force.
Here is a tiny Maple snippet which finds it: