## 535 Reputation

17 years, 93 days

## Simple...

@Carl Love I knew it had to be something simple. Your explanation is very good!

## Indeed...

@Carl Love Yes, I realized that after I posted the question.

## @Markiyan Hirnyk This works too, th...

@Markiyan Hirnyk This works too, thanks!

## @Carl Love This is just what I need...

@Carl Love This is just what I need. Thanks!

## Exactly...

@nm Hence my question. My point is, that answer is not correct. Why is Maple not giving the correct answer?

## Be wary of RealDomain...

@spradlig Despite it's convenience, be wary of RealDomain. See http://www.mapleprimes.com/questions/131296-Discrepancy-With-Limit

## Be wary of RealDomain...

@spradlig Despite it's convenience, be wary of RealDomain. See http://www.mapleprimes.com/questions/131296-Discrepancy-With-Limit

## Indeed...

Yes, you are correct. I simply copied and pasted the command from the original question and added explicit. I wouldn't have constructed the command in that manner. :-)

## Indeed...

Yes, you are correct. I simply copied and pasted the command from the original question and added explicit. I wouldn't have constructed the command in that manner. :-)

## Confirmed...

Yes, I was able to get the value of 26Pi by manually converting it to cylindrical coordinates. I was wondering if there is a way to prod Maple to do the conversion on its own.

## Confirmed...

Yes, I was able to get the value of 26Pi by manually converting it to cylindrical coordinates. I was wondering if there is a way to prod Maple to do the conversion on its own.

## Thanks...

It does help, thanks!

## Thanks...

It does help, thanks!

## Perfect......

i use the 'explicit' option in various solvers, but never solve(). Thanks for the very detailed response.

## Perfect......

i use the 'explicit' option in various solvers, but never solve(). Thanks for the very detailed response.

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