amrramadaneg

Prof. Amr Ramadan

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I mean

θ[1] := 0; for q to M+1 do θ[q+1] := θ[q]+dθ; end do     dθ=2Pi/M,   M:=100

@Ninetrees 

Yes of course.
We are all here to learn.
I hope you will finish  your Ph.D in short time.
With best wishes.
Dr. A. R. El Dhaba. Mathematics Department - faculty of Science - Damanhour University

@Ninetrees 

Yes of course.
We are all here to learn.
I hope you will finish  your Ph.D in short time.
With best wishes.
Dr. A. R. El Dhaba. Mathematics Department - faculty of Science - Damanhour University

@Ninetrees

Sir Don't puzzle.  follow me right click on the bule (Ninetrees) and chose open Link in new window or open  link in new tab you will find your profile (4 years, 295 days) which equal=1755 days.
and from my profile (
0 years, 147 days) =147 days

the ratio = 1755/147=585:49.

Until now I couldn't find my answer for my question.


@Ninetrees

Sir Don't puzzle.  follow me right click on the bule (Ninetrees) and chose open Link in new window or open  link in new tab you will find your profile (4 years, 295 days) which equal=1755 days.
and from my profile (
0 years, 147 days) =147 days

the ratio = 1755/147=585:49.

Until now I couldn't find my answer for my question.


@hirnyk It is so easy to know that, from your account.

Dr. Amr.

@hirnyk It is so easy to know that, from your account.

Dr. Amr.

M=100;   for j from 1 to 15 do (i-j) mod M end do; gives 0,99,98,....86.

this for i=1,   I want this statment for all i=2,3,...100.

M=100;   for j from 1 to 15 do (i-j) mod M end do; gives 0,99,98,....86.

this for i=1,   I want this statment for all i=2,3,...100.

Thanks for your intrusion,
yes of course I'm a new student in maple,
I was using Mathcad. before I use maple
and when we compare between your registration in mapleprimes and my registration in mapleprimes it is 585:49
thanks.
Dr Amr

Thanks for your intrusion,
yes of course I'm a new student in maple,
I was using Mathcad. before I use maple
and when we compare between your registration in mapleprimes and my registration in mapleprimes it is 585:49
thanks.
Dr Amr

Thanks for all answers, there is some explanation  

Let M =100,   j=1,2,…15    and  i=1,2,….M,

If  k=i+j     then I want k run from 2 to M and once k takes 101 the value of k must be returned to 1 and when k=102  its value must be 2,   and so on……

Also,

Let l=i-j    if i>j   no problem

When    i=j  then  l=0  it returned to l=M

When    j>i  then  l =-1   I want be 99

                               L=-2    I want be 98

                               L=-3    I want be 97

                               .

                               .

                                  .

And so on.

Amr

Yes it works  but i want to fill the remaining places in matrix with zeros.

Amr

colon (:) is written in maple and  the problem is still found

colon (:) is written in maple and  the problem is still found

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