ThU

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check your initial conditions. Hard to tell what is wrong without seeing the model, why not load it up?

@Volker Lehner 

Agreed. Do you have experience with other programs where you would say that Units are implemented as they should?

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it takes longer to type the formula into Maple than doing this by hand. Simplify the square bracket.

@taro 

sometimes it is easier just to manually rewrite your expression the way you want to have it. 

@Ovle 

sorry, I don't know. Have you tried the Library search? https://impact.github.io/#/

 

@mathstutor 

I'm not an expert for this topic, but there is a new community forum driven by Maplesoft, which is dedicated to Maple TA and the new learning plattform Möbius. You should try it out and ask your question there: https://mapletacommunity.com

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You probably cannot do much, the bug does not appear in the current release Maple 2016

dgl:=26*(diff(y(x), x$4))-50*(diff(y(x),x$2))-2*y(x) = 0;dsolve(dgl);odetest(%,dgl);

y(x) = _C1*exp(-(1/26)*sqrt(650+26*sqrt(677))*x)+_C2*exp((1/26)*sqrt(650+26*sqrt(677))*x)-_C3*sin((1/26)*sqrt(26*sqrt(677)-650)*x)+_C4*cos((1/26)*sqrt(26*sqrt(677)-650)*x)

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@Vliegkikker 

solve does not contain eq Md, but Mb which is commented out.

 

 

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@Mariusz Iwaniuk 

great, Maple rocks with Mathematica as engine :o)

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Maybe this is a misunderstanding and they downloaded the free but limited Maple Player from the Maplesoft website? 

 

 

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@Carl Love 

Additionally, to avoid the float evaluation of Pi (if wanted):

restart;
kernelopts(floatPi = false);
W := t*(62.8+0.0945*d/t)/(Pi*d);
eval(W,t = d*TD):expand(%);

@Pascal4QM 

strange, this does not seem to work as equality:

`%=`(`%-`(2*x-5, 2), 3*x-6);

value(%);

 

the constants are not simplified completely

@Pascal4QM 

not bad. One can even nest operator form to prevent simplification on one side of the unequality, i.e.

`%>`(`%-`(2*x-5, 2), 3*x-6)

Not sure how to evaluate it back to simplified form, though.

 

@rlopez

I'm wondering why there is a reference to a physics property in that help page. How is the time variable different from any other  independent variable?

 

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