David Marquis

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I am trying to do the following sum

with(numtheory):
sum(bigomega(j),j=1..n)

But I get this error message

"Error, invalid input: numtheory:-bigomega expects its 1st argument, x, to be of type integer, but received j."

I have tried

assume(j,'integer');

but this has no effect. I'm a bit puzzled why Bigomega doesn't work in summations as  other Numtheory functions I've used have all worked.

I have a set for which I want to multiply each value by a sequence.

The only way I know how to do this is to convert set->list, apply the sequence, Flatten and convert list->set.

The problem is that Flatten stops working when the list becomes large. Suggestions?

Hallo thar. I’m new to both Maple and programming. I’ve been searching for a Maple programming introduction online that would allow me to work on the following problem but haven’t turned up anything.  Hoping some of you can point me in the right direction.

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I have two sets of integers {Y1,Y2..Yn} and {B1,B2…Bn}. For each value in the Y set I need to solve a function F(x) for a number of iterations given by the B value corresponding to the Y value (B1 for Y1).

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