## 25 Reputation

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## Very interesting and resolving...

@Carl Love Your two answers was didactic for me. The second one was moreover very intersting. But because I am intersted in providing a view from the supremum of the plots, fixing its color with e.g. "color = green" improves my requirement.

However, the @Kitonum 's answer has the facility of avoiding an extra function (display). So, we may improve your answer and Kitonum's to have:

plotter:=(ab::range, n::posint)->plot([seq(sin(m*x), m = 1 .. 2, (op(1, ab)-`-`(op(ab)))/(n-1))], x = -Pi .. Pi):

plotter(1 .. 2, 20)

Thanks so much to both of you!

## The simplest and fittest answer to my qu...

@Kitonum Tnx! It is exactly what I need! However, the modified version of your 3D idea (modified orientation) proposed by @Carle_Love is the most interesting one that by fixing the color will be like your recent answer (without having the step option).

Moreover, I have provided a mixture of your and Carle_Love's answer as a comment under his reply.

## Yes; but unfortunately not fitting my re...

@Kitonum Thanks for your answer. However, unfortunately it does not fit my current requirement. However, I fortunately found the answer.

## Thanks!...

Dear @Markiyan Hirnyk

I had experienced the rational one before posting; but, I posted this for requesting Maple to upgrade the simplification code so that when a simple short float is used, it converts the formula to rational automatically. The completely exact results is a special feature that I have seen only in Maple. So, I suggest your team to upgrade. But as you say I think that Maple 18 has upgraded the simplification.

maple

## mapleprimes did not wrote all of the equ...

ali := (1/3)*c[1]*x/(x+1)+.1

is a smaller example for which simplify(ali-simplify(ali)) is not zero but if we replace ali by

ali := (1/3)*c[1]*x/(x+1)+1/10

the result of simplify(ali-simplify(ali)) would be zero.

## Thanks...

Dear @Markiyan Hirnyk,

Thanks for submitting the SCR.

Best regards

## No problem...

Sorry, this was my problem for several days. But, just as I asked I found the answer. I should set partition for this method and not iteration because this method is not iterative.

Best,

## Post Scriptum...

In the name of God,

Dear Markiyan Hirnyk,

http://www.mapleprimes.com/questions/139159-Summerized-Diefinition

Best wishes

## Post Scriptum...

In the name of God,

Dear Markiyan Hirnyk,

http://www.mapleprimes.com/questions/139159-Summerized-Diefinition

Best wishes

## The problem remains...

In the name of God

Dear Carl,

Thanks for your reply. It doesn't solve even for Digits=15 and also for fulldigits option.

It may interests you, Accidently I removed this instruction

wiht(Student[NumericalAnalysis]);

And, ran the code again, there was no problem remained!

Again thank you for the reply

Hossayni

## The problem remains...

In the name of God

Dear Carl,

Thanks for your reply. It doesn't solve even for Digits=15 and also for fulldigits option.

It may interests you, Accidently I removed this instruction

wiht(Student[NumericalAnalysis]);

And, ran the code again, there was no problem remained!

Again thank you for the reply

Hossayni

## Thanks...

Dear @Mac Dude ,

I tested and debugged what you suggest and it satisfied my need successfully.

The debugged and changed code is this:

assign(seq(cat('v', convert(i, 'string')) = Vector(i), i = 1 .. 5));

Again thank you very much for your responds.

Sincerely yours

Hossayni

## Thanks...

Dear @Mac Dude ,

I tested and debugged what you suggest and it satisfied my need successfully.

The debugged and changed code is this:

assign(seq(cat('v', convert(i, 'string')) = Vector(i), i = 1 .. 5));

Again thank you very much for your responds.

Sincerely yours

Hossayni

## Useful +~ operator does not satisfy my n...

In the name God

Dear Mac,

I want to define numerous distinct vectors using one command.

In some programmin language it may be so:

v1,v2,v3,...,v10:=Vector(3):

Or:

v1:=v2:=...:=v10:=Vector(3):

Thanks for your useful command. But the +~ operator does not do this.

Sincerely yours

Hossayni

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