I've been trying figure out how to code up arbitrary volume and surface integrals in Maple. I know that Maple has the VectorCalculus package but there doesn't appear to be a way to specify a volume integral (where the infinitesimal is dV). Also, there doesn't seem to be a way to specify a surface integral without defining the surface in advance (i.e., integrate over S with an infinitesimal of dS). In both cases, I'd like to have general integrals where I can specify the bounds at a later time (e.g., inert integrals).
I know that there is the triple integrals in the student package but they aren't the same as a volume integral.

Dear all :
I have a function
qx(x):= 1/21 x in (20,40)
= 0 others ;
My double integral is like
integral ( integral (qx(x1), x1=x-10..40)*integral(qx(x1),x1=x-20..40)*1/20, x = 20...30);
since the qx(x)'s is not keep constant on whole range, I am confused with the double integral. Any help is appreciated.
Thanks

I have two lists viz. X:=[a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i] of size 9. And I:=[1,2,3]. I want to generate a list of all the possible patterns of size 9 which can be made using 1,2,3. For example a few patterens which the code is to produce, among many others, are as follows:
[1,1,1,2,2,2,3,3,3]
[1,2,2,1,2,2,1,2,2]
[2,3,3,2,3,3,2,3,3]
[2,2,2,2,3,3,3,3,3]
etc. Your help would be a great great help to me. I need it direly.

Hello,

Here is my problem:

> vec1:=Vector(2): plot(vec1[floor(x)], x = 1 .. 2);

Error, bad index into Vector

The above should give the zero plot, but it gives the error message.

Of course, vec1[floor(x)] gives the correct answer for any specific x. (i.e. vec1[floor(1.5324)] gives 0, which is correct).

I get the same problem when plotting or integrating functions that simliarly depend on Matrices. What's going on?

Sincerely,

Adeel

A member recently asked for a description of the mw or mws worksheet format. Click on the following link to download a pdf that I created a couple years ago that describes the syntax of the older mws format. It isn't complete, but covers most of the constructs that one is likely to need. To get a good practical understanding of the mws format, I wrote

mws-mode.el, an emacs-mode that displays mws files in a structured manner.

Download 84_mws-syntax.pdf
I'm looking for a method to extract the (unique) functions of a
specific variable from a sum of functions, for example from
u=sin(x)*sin(th)+sin(x)^2+sin(2x)+sin(th)^2+exp(x)+x
i want to extract for x
unique functions = {sin(x),sin(2x),exp(x),x}
and for th
unique functions = {sin(th)}.
For a sum of only trigiometric functions, I use
indets(u,trig(x)) and indets(u,trig(th)).
However, for a sum of general functions I have no clue how to do this.
Any help is welcome.
Niels.

I had installed Maple 9.0 for linux (SUSE 10.0). When I start
it, I see an error message "Connection to Kernel lost". Have someone any advice?
Thanks
Angela

Hi,
How do I calculate Kronecker/tensor products in Maple 10?
Regards,
Evyn

I am attempting to use document blocks to hide the Maple code for an interactive document and I'm encountering an unbelievably frustrating issue: if I create a new document block and suppress the output of the function calls therein with a colon, when I collapse the document block, the function calls are not hidden at all, but are displayed in a continuous line. If I do not supress the output, once I collapse the block, only the output is visible (which may be desirable except that I am doing things like loading packages, storing plot3d and plot variables, etc., and I DO NOT WANT THE OUTPUT VISIBLE).

I'd like to define a function f(a,b)=
product(product(p(a,b,c[i],d[j])^x[ij]*(1-p(a,b,c[i],d[j]))^(1-x[ij]),j=1..n),i=1..n)
(The x's are known data, each 0 or 1, the c's and d's are also known.)
Is there a way to do this without writing it out long-hand, say using a matrix of the x's and vectors of the c's and d's?
Thanks.

I have an array of functions involving x such that array[i] is valid only on the interval x=i..(i+1). I am trying to create a piecewise function that includes all array[i] terms valid in their respective ranges, but I am running into some syntax problems.

Hi! I am new!
I can't integrate this... could u help me?
(exp(-1/2*(ln(y)-(x*b+2))^2/(sigma^2*(x^2+1)))/(y*sigma*sqrt(2*Pi*(x^2+1))))*(2-1.666666667*x), x=0.6..1.2, y=3.6..4.5

Can any one of you help me to solve the question below? Please...
Question: Find non-negative integers solutions that satisfy the
following conditions:
Given: p,k,h,a,b,c are integers. The conditions are:
(1) a+b+c=k*h-h-h*h+1
(2) (p-k+h)*(p-h-1)*(p-1)-(p-k)*(p-2)*(p)=a*(p-1)+b*(p-h-1)+c*(p-k+h)
(3) h>=1
(4) h

Hello All!

When using Maple 10 Classic Worksheet, the mouse sensitivity goes up tremendously, making it really annoying to work with. The sensitivity is only increased in the Maple window when it's activated. I only have this problem with Classic Worksheet, but it's the 'version' I use. Is there any workaround for this? Like some sort of registry fix?

I'm using a Logitech Mx500, by the way.

Any help is really appreciated!

Cheers

it took some time, a little help by this forum and the excellent maplesoft-support, but here is how it worked on my SuSE 10.1:
As root:
-Create a directory and copy your installation files into it, i.e. from the delivered CD
-The trick is to edit the installer script with binary mode vim
(using the -b flag: vim -b LinuxInstaller.bin)
-Then scroll down to the first instance of "export LD_ASSUME_KERNEL" and replace the 'e' in 'export' with '#'. This comments out the line and evidently leaves the installer size intact so those compression errors are bypassed
-Save and quit the file
As your maple-user: