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## How do I simplify the representation/out...

Maple

I want to substitute a variable r' =sqrt(x^2 + y^2 + z^2).

But how do I change my output so that r' is displayed instead of sqrt(x^2+y^2+z^2)?

E.g. line (5) D(g)(r')x/r' and not D(g)(sqrt(x^2 + y^2 + z^2))*/sqrt(x^2 + y^2 + z^2).

And one more question. How can I make sure that my output in (6) is only the result on the right side and the left side of the equal sign is not displayed?

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## How to use d_[] ? ...

Maple 2024

What exactly is the difference between the differential operator d_[] from the physics package and diff() ? Why is it not possible for me to differentiate a scalar function g or a coordinate r with the help of the operator? d_[1] should correspond to d/dx (X = (x, y, z, t)) or not?

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## How to solve coupled nonlinear different...

Maple

I would like to solve this system of differential equations y_1 , y_2. However, there should be no exact solutions for this problem. Is there a way to get a numerical solution of such coupled equations in maple and if so, how? I know the dsolve() command, but it did not work here. The boundary conditions are f(0)-1 = K(0) = 0 and f'(inf) = K'(inf) = 0. It would be nice if someone could help me or tell me where to look to solve something like this.

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## Calculation of the trace of the SU(2) fi...

Maple 2024

I would like to calculate the following quantity:

Where F is the SU(2) field strength tensor given by:

The gauge field V (in my code A) is defined as

where rj is the unit vector in spherical coordinates.

I tried to calculate it with maple, however, the result is not correct. I should get a scalar function, but my result still contains dependencies on x,y,z. And I really don't know why. I have defined the gauge field in (11) and the field strength tensor in (14). I could imagine that SumOverRepeatedIndices() in (16) does not work as I think (For each a = (1,2,3) I would like a summation over mu and nu). Greek letters are my spacetime indices and lowercase letters are my space indices. Do I perhaps have to use SU(2) indices instead of the space indices? But how exactly does a SU(2) index differ from a space index?

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This ist my unit vector:

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