krismalo

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Hello!

Vectors are defined by a lenth and an angle.

The arrow command wants me to give it a starting point and an endpoint in coordinates, for example:

with(LinearAlgebra);

with(plots);

gu := arrow([5, 10], [15, 20], .2, .4, .1, color = green)

I'm dealing with vectors from electrical circuits, so the information I have would be the lenth of the vector, and an angle given in degrees (which I could convert to radians if needed for the plot).

The goal is to plot all the vectors in the circuit on the same display so that it can be seen how they are in relation to each other, and to visualise the solution. This means I would need to find out the endpoint of the arrows to start the next arrow at that location with its angle in reference to the same axis. Does it make sence? I'm not sure about the wording of this.

Here's a picture of a calculated vector lenth and angle: http://imgur.com/hJtNeGg

So, the -45 degrees would need to be in reference to the y-axis for example, then the next vector can be placed at lets say perpendicular in reference to the vector sol_1, starting at its endpoint.

The only other way I have to draw this, excluding doing it by hand, is using the object tools from microsoft word, and to be honset I dislike using word for math stuff. I would much rather learn the syntax for Maple to do this.

 

I hope someone knows what I mean, Please ask if somethig is unclear,

Thanks!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Below is a calculation with 200 Volt and 100 Ω.
The output is 1 Ampere at -45 degrees.
This is useful for electrical circuit calculations, and I can get the right result on a TI-nspire.

However I can't make maple 2015 do it. It's resembling polar coordinates but I can't seem to find any info I can understand.

"((200∠0°))/((100∠45°)+(100∠45°))=\

1∠-45°"

below is the same equation but in a picture so it can be read by humans:

http://imgur.com/3i2Su0B

 

Hopefully theres some simple comands that can help make this easy.

Thanks

Hello

I have a simple list:

xlist := [150, 250, 500, 800, 1300, 2500, 5000]:

ylist := [.3, .5, .8, 1.0, 1.2, 1.4, 1.6]:

where after i said x:=plot(xlist,ylist);

What I want to do is ask maple" At what x value does the graph intersect with 1.5 on the y axis" or "at what y value does the graph intersect with 3000 on the x axis". 

The data points are just that, I've been looking for commands to ask these questions but have been without luck. You don't need to give me the answer if you can point me to somewhere where this information is written, that would be very helpful!

 

Thank you.

 

Hello.

 

Bellow I have an example of my current problem:

I want to put a sequence of numbers in the place of Tau in the same command, so that it returns the answers in the same line divided by commas. On the picture I've done the closest I could to what I want, but if you know how to solve this, I think it would be cleaner to use an alternative.

Screenshot of the problem

Hello, Currently when I calculate something, for example R=U/A where R is resistance, U is voltage and A is current, I get the answer in Volt/Ampere in stead of ohm. How do I change that?

Then, if the result is something like 3.124*10^-4 , how do I make maple output this in an engineering way, this would be 10^3, 10^6, 10^9 etc. to begin with?

Sorry if I formulate this wrongly, English is not my first language and I could not find an answer to this after some research.

Thank you

 

UPDATE and solution: for future reference:

You don't need to type out the whole unit like this:

1.0*Unit(volt)/(2000.0*Unit(ampere));

in stead you can do this:

(1.0*V)/(2000.0*A);

I got the V and A from the SI Units palette on the left hand side,

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To answer my own question about the engineering notation, this can be "forced" by clicking on "Format" -> "Numeric Formating..." -> Engineering and then choosing the number of decimals. apply and set as default. After you are going to have to copy and recalculate your math as the !!! wont do it.

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