## 894 Reputation

18 years, 11 days

## Try...

Tools, Options... ,Display, Typesetting level. Maple Standard or Extended.

## MathML:-Export...

I pinched this idea from tomleslie

export_maple_to_mma.mw

## You're missing a magic word...

I found 120 permutations.

A "please" would be nice in future.

## DirectSearch...

DirectSearch[GlobalOptima]((1-y^2)/(x^2), [x^2 + y^2 <= 1,x>=1/2],maximize)

[4., [x = .500000000000000, y = -5.21804821573824*10^(-15)], 211]

DirectSearch[GlobalOptima](fse32_2,[p=1..9],maximize)

will find the global maximum

## DirectSearch...

I think your problem is likely non-linear, so the native NLPSolve command is applicable. Problem is it doesn't have a assume=binary option (well not on my version). If x[2,3] is a required binary variable you might input the constraint x[2,3]*(x[2,3]-1)=0, with option=non negative and minimize/maximize your expression assuming integer. It would be helpful if you could upload your worksheet using the green arrow.

http://www.maplesoft.com/applications/view.aspx?SID=101333

With constraints as above, assume=posint.

## Cartesian...

an alternative solution. edited. purhaps not the spirit of your course notes ( like vv or C.Loves sols).

cartesian.mw

## order...

int(int(x^2+sqrt(y),y=0..x),x=1..1.5,method=trapezoid);

1.48380525616829

## works for me...

You have to save the GetMircrosoftJob as a text file in the same directory as the maple file  GetMircrosoftJob.mw

(contents copied from  http://www.math.rutgers.edu/~zeilberg/tokhniot/GetMicrosoftJob)

## using Joe Riels code: http://www.maplepr...

using Joe Riels code:

http://www.mapleprimes.com/questions/200175-Help-With-fsolve#comment200707

asolve(sin(Pi*(x+1)/(4*x^2-4*x+2))=cos(Pi*(x-2)/(4*x^2-4*x+2)), x, -2..2);

{x = -0.618033988749895, x = 0.276393202250021, x = 0.723606797749979,  x = 1.00000000000000, x = 1.61803398874989}

## edit/find/replace...

After importing the code into maple classic worksheet, you go: Ctrl F...then put > in the Find field, then hit Replace All.

## why don't you look at the inbuilt help,...

the Student[NumericalAnalysis] subpackage will satisfy your every need.

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