Nobody holding its breath. Are you kidding me?
It is like using a slide ruler if you do things on paper now-a-days. Guys with regular calculators are like that compared to guys using something like maple. Yeah they did make it to the moon with a slide rule. But this goes a lot faster.
Whenever you run into something with this book that you cannot explain and has not been shown in the text, you need to find help. And that is exactly what i am doing here. The book was set up for that. So im playing my part. I am glad some people are helping out.
I already know what the question is asking of me, i just dont know how to do it in Maple. I picked the book up just to get better in Maple. Because this is the program that i will be using a lot in engineering and chemistry. I suspect the chemistry part is unexplored, but i could be wrong. It really looks daunting. Its really something i am going to try. I think ill just start at the first chapter and work my way through the book again. I will be doing that too for statics and mechanics. I think it will be great. Just because you may be interested. I sucked at CAD drawing in Solidworks, and now i can draw just about anything. So i really want to get to master this program, it should bring a bright future. Maybe one day i will be happy with what ive achieved. I sure did a lot, but im not where i want to be yet.
The point is, i want to go through the big mountain of books, and want to make it feel like a small hill. Because at the end of the day, that gets the most things done. That will give me the best results, leading to me getting more wealth and goods and results.
Just if you want to look at a book with some outragous formulas in it. You should check out: Modern Exterior Ballistics The Launch And Flight Dynamics Of Symmetric Projectiles 2nd Ed. R. Mc Coy. It is on archive.org. Whenever ive done enough Maple, I also want to look at it(with Maple) just for the hell of it. I bet a job involving that sort of stuff is a Walhallah for Mathematicians.
Really cool. So maybe that book would hold your breath. Or be something that is worth your time.
Any way thank you for replying, its better than nobody saying anything.