This topic was developed in a

discussion with Mad Math.
In Maple, pattern based transforms can be done using following Subs procedure

Here are the steps for making StartMaple example with Dev-C++.

- Start Dev-C++.
- Click File - New - Project, select Console Application, check C Project radio button and type the name of the project - something like SMexample.
- Copy the source from ?StartMaple help page and paste it in main.c (instead of pretyped text there).
- Click Alt+P (or Project - Project Options), go to Directories, select Include Directories and add C:\Program Files\Maple 10\extern\include there.
- In Parameters (in Project Options) in the Compiler window type -D_MSC_VER and in the Linker window click Add Library or Object and add "../Program Files/Maple 10/bin.win/maplec.lib" .

I am trying to invoke Maple from a C program, using OpenMaple, copying the Maple help screen example (see StartMaple). I've of course changed the path to the header file.
However, I get a linker error: 'StartMaple is an unrecognized function'. I take this to mean that the .lib and or .dll maplec files are not being linked in, but I can't seem to figure out how to.
I'm using Dev-C++ as the compiler. Anyone have experience with this

Is there a straightforward procedure to have a radical appear on the plot of a function? E.g, how can one display (2, sqrt(2)) in the plot but with the actual square-root symbol appearing. I've read in the knowledge base about the use of textplot. However, the routine is limited to exponents.

I want to plot the volume that is enclosed by the following four areas:

x^2+3*y^2=z
z=0
y^2=x
x^2=y
I got so far that my plot looks like

this .

eqn :=-p*(l^2-a^2)^(3/2)+a^3*q;
l is letter not number
if want to find a .....a =??......plz use maple to find the answer
i use hand to do it,
so the answer is
a =
(p^(1/3)*l)/sqrt(p^(2/3)+q^(2/3));
but i use Maple it gave me different answer....
so plz help!

This is a program discribing the dynamic behavior of a N pendelum system. When I tried to comparae the result of different initial conditions, I found that every time i run it, the graph will be different.

I know that double pendelum system is a typical chaotic system, is this the reason why i have different result for each time?

Here I attach the file, but plz rename it to ***.mws file before run, b/c i wrote it in maple classic worksheet.

> restart:

interface(warnlevel=0):

with(SolveTools):with( plots ): with( plottools ):

with( DEtools ): with( PDEtools ):

g:=9.81:

x[0][2]:=0:

y[0][2]:=0:

#initialization function of each beam,in this function, we should give 3 variables, n=the number of this #beam, la=the length of this beam, ma=the mass of this beam,q=the initial angle of the beam,and qt=the initial angle velocity of the beam

beams:=proc(n,la,ma,q,qt)

global l,m,x,y,theta,icq,icqt:

icq[n]:=theta[n](0)=q:

icqt[n]:=D(theta[n])(0)=qt:

l[n]:=la: #length of beam n

m[n]:=ma: #mass of beam n

#initialize the positions of each beam

x[n][2]:=0: #the x position of the end point of each beam

y[n][2]:=0: #the x position of the end point of each beam

x[n][1]:=0: #the y position of the center point of each beam

y[n][1]:=0: #the y position of the center point of each beam

end proc;

#define the forces that applied on the end of beam n

Force:=proc(n,fm,fn)

global fx,fy:

fx[n]:=fm:

fy[n]:=fn:

end proc;

I'm having difficulties in using the Heaviside function in Maple.
My heaviside function is (t-tau), and I'm having trouble integrating tau from zero to t. After integration, the expression still shows an integral.
Is it because when tau = t, the heaviside becomes zero? Any and all help is appreciated.
Attached is the actual sheet. The 2nd to last and last steps are the steps or concern....
**** This problem has been overcome *****

How do use an equation to create a list/array?

e.g y=x*5+1

for x from 0 to 1 in increments of 0.1

answer should look similar to:

[0,1]

[0.1,1.5]

[0.2,2]

[0.3,2.5]

Has anyone been able to use the statopts option in the Bootstrap command which is in the Statistics package in Maple 10? Note the following sequence of commands
> with(Statistics)
> Bootstrap('Mean', [1, 2, 3, 4, 5], replications = 6, output = array)
print(Matrix(1, 6, {(1, 1) = 2., (1, 2) = 3.39999999999999990, (1, 3) = 2.20000000000000016, (1, 4) = 2.79999999999999982, (1, 5) = 3.60000000000000008, (1, 6) = 2.20000000000000016}));
[2., 3.39999999999999990, 2.20000000000000016, 2.79999999999999982,
3.60000000000000008, 2.20000000000000016]
According to the documentation which is attached as a PDF file it appears that this command should work.

Does any body know if there is a function like interp1 available in Maple or at least what is the easiest way of establishing a look-up function in Maple.
I have a n*2 matrix of data (x, and f(x) in each column) and I would want to interpolate data from this matrix.
This is actually one of the applications of interp1 function in MATLAB...

I'd like to gauge interest in an online session on authoring Maple documents using new features in Maple 10: document blocks, embedded components, tables, autoexec code, task templates, embedded assessment, 2d math, etc.
Would you participate in such a (free) session?
-Laurent

Similarly to

searching of digits of π, Maple can access other Internet resources. In particular, here is an example of accessing MAGMA through

William Stein's online SAGE/MAGMA/PARI calculator,

Will mentioned

in his blog a problem of finding the first occurence in π the given sequence of digits - a birthday, for example. It can be done in Maple through the search engine at

http://www.angio.net/pi/piquery as follows,

Hello dear Maple users!
I have the following problem that I am trying to solve with maple.
I have a set of data points (i made these up for now, the real set has more points)
x:=( 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 )
y:=( 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 )
z:=( 3,1,3,2,4,7,7,9 )
Now, I know how to surface fit this and get maple to formulate an equation
for z=f(x,y) with the following statement:
w:=(Statistics:-Fit(a + b*x + c*y + d*x^2 + e*x*y+f*y^2,