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Hi!

 

Do anyone know the keyboard shortcut to the standard subsribt in Maple 18 on a macbook with OS X? 

 

Thanks,

Mads

Hi everyone

Right now I am working on a command that calculates the molar mass of molecules. Mostly it is working like a charm but in some cases the interpretation of the input goes wrong.
The command converts the input to a string, e.g.:

f:=convert(Ca3(PO4)2, string) = "Ca[3](PO[4])[2]"

f := StringTools:-Remove("[]_*^+-", f) = "Ca3(PO4)2"

 

However, sometimes information such as parentheses is lost (which is understandable considering the fact that maple does not know chemical syntax):

f := convert(NH[3][3]*PO[4], string) = "NH[3][3]*PO[4]"

f := StringTools:-Remove("[]_*^+-", f) = "NH33PO4"

 

In special cases it goes completely nuts (I am aware this is not a real molecule):

f := convert(Al(OH)2(NH3)2, string) = "Al(`#msub(mfenced(mi("OH")),mn("2"))`)(NH[3])[2]"

 

The problem could of course simply be solved by typing the input as a string with no subscripts but is looks much nicer with the correct chemical syntax as input.

Do any of you know a way to translate the input charactor by charactor into a (understandable) string?

 

Thanks in anvance,
Mads 

 



Hi everyone

I am currently trying to make my own simple package including a few procedures. So far I have been able to write some "code" that actually works when I open the document and hit "enter". I would, however, like to save the package so it can be accessed during any Maple session using the command "with". I have unsuccesfully tried to comprehend the Maple help pages regarding this question but I definitely don't want to mess things up.

This is what I have written:

mat := module ()
description "useful procedures for mathematics, physics and chemistry";
export AtomicWeight;
option package;

   AtomicWeight := proc (x) description "returns the average atomic mass of the naturally ocurring element";
   Units:-AddSystem(NewSystem, Units:-GetSystem(SI), u);
   return evalf(ScientificConstants:-Element(x, atomicweight, system = NewSystem, units))
   end proc

end module;

What should I do to save it correctly?

Thank in advance,
Mads


 

 

 

 

Hi everyone

I'm currently working on some mandate distribution using "Jefforson's Method" but I have run into some problems.

The general form of the calculations I do is as follows:

d:=fsolve(m = floor(v1/x)+floor(v2/x), x)

But in the case of m=5, v1=4969 and v2=208 it does not work. If I change v1 a bit it works as a charm but when 
4960=<v1=<4969 it does not.

Can any of you figure out why?

 

The equation surely has a solution (well, a lot of solutions). I can figure some out just by estimating and trying. Furthermore, wolfram alpha easily gives me several solutions:

http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=5+%3D+floor%284969%2Fx%29%2Bfloor%28208%2Fx%29

So how come I cannot get Maple to solve it?

 

Thanks in advance!

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