Using maple 10 classic version, I am working with the below function of f(x):
I would like maple to show the x-axis values as radian instead of 0 to 6. How do I do this?
If I now differenciate fx and find the value of zero I get the answer of arctan(2)
Now I would like to visualise this by plotting a line from x=arctan(2) vertically to function f(x). How do I do this??
The maths is in place, its just getting maple to do what I want it to that creates problems ;-)
Thanks in advance for any help.
I have a thirdgrade equation and I wish to find the values when f(x)=0 So I have typed in the equation as well as f(x)=0 and wish for maple to give me the intersect points for
L:=2*x^3+6*x^2-2*x-6:M:=0:plot([L,M], x=-4..2, y=-7..7);
With the help of the help section I then add
But I just get the equation read back to me.
The answer I am looking to be displayed is -3,-1,1
How do I get maple to do this?
Thanks in advance :-)
I have plotted the following chart using maple 10 on windows xp
X being -4, 2 Which command needs to be executed to find the local extremity?
Thanks in advance for any help…