abbeykabir

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Is there a maple function that'll allow me to generate the matrix M(5 by 5) below given that matrix A and B are 3 by 3 M:=LinearAlgebra:-ZeroMatrix(5) A:=Matrix([[a11,a12,a13],[a21,a22,a33],[a31,a32,a33]]) B:=Matrix([[b11,b12,b13],[b21,b22,b33],[b31,b32,b33]]) Matrix(5, 5, {(1, 1) = a[11], (1, 2) = a[12], (1, 3) = a[13], (1, 4) = 0, (1, 5) = 0, (2, 1) = a[12], (2, 2) = a[22], (2, 3) = a[23], (2, 4) = 0, (2, 5) = 0, (3, 1) = a[13], (3, 2) = a[23], (3, 3) = a[33]+b[11], (3, 4) = b[12], (3, 5) = b[13], (4, 1) = 0, (4, 2) = 0, (4, 3) = b[12], (4, 4) = b[22], (4, 5) = b[23], (5, 1) = 0, (5, 2) = 0, (5, 3) = b[13], (5, 4) = b[23], (5, 5) = b[33]});

I always find it difficult to debug maple codes. I'm used to the debug feature in programing laguages like C#, VB.Net, JAVA even MATLAB. They all have one thing in common which is the use of breakpoints. Breakpoints are inserted at different parts of a code so as to follow the program execution and to trace out errors. Is any similar feature in Maple? I only know the DEBUB() function and not that helpful to me.

Please, I have an error message which says Error, (in eul) illegal use of a formal parameter. I can't find the cause of the error. I got the result I wanted if i remove these lines eul := proc(x,y) , return yt: , end proc: and

yv := eul(x,y); that is if I consider the for..loop alone.

fxy := proc(x,y)
  return x/y;
end proc:

a := 0:
b := 1:
N := 10:
h := evalf((b-a)/N):
x := 0:
y := -2:
yt := Vector(3):

eul := proc(x,y)
    for j from 1 to 3 do
          y[j]:= y + h*fxy(x,y):
          x:= 0 + j*h:
          y := y[j]:
          yt[j] := y:
    end do:
    return yt:
end proc:
yv := eul(x,y);

How can I join the points on this graph to look like the second graph below.

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