## 30 Reputation

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## Discontinuities even with "discont=true"...

Maple 12

Hello everyone,

Even using the command "discont=true", some of the functions I plot still present discontinuities, but some of them do not present.

How can I fix this? This one file ilustrates perfectly the problem.

file_discont.mw

## How to plot multiple functions in one pl...

Maple 12

I want to plot all three "roots" of the polynom I called 'H[i]' for different values of 'V', in the interval k=0.0..1.0, all in the same plot.

How can I do it, both for real and imaginary parts of H[i]?

file1.mw

## How to define an expression using '%'?...

Maple

I selected an element from a 'solve'command that depends on 3 variables (let's say a, b and c), and I want to make it a function f without rewriting everything.

Can I simply type 'f:=(%)', or is there another command to do it? Yet, do I need to write the dependence on the 3 variables I mentioned?

Thank you for you time!

## How can I change the axis labels?...

Maple

I use the command 'labels = [x, Im(f)]'

to change the labels of my plots, but this time I need to put some "different" characters. i. e., \^{c} (in LaTeX notation).

How can I do this on Maple?

## How to select one specific element from ...

Maple 12

Hello guys, I'm a new user of Maple and I'd love some help.

I'm trying to solve a cubic equation with four variables, and plot the imaginary part of 'w' as a function of 'x' for different values of 'y' and 'z'. When I ask for all the equation roots, the result is huge.

I want to know if there's an "easier" way to select each root of the equation and make it a function without having to "select element" and copy/paste, because I've tried this way and it's not working.

I know this is a stupid question, but I could really use some help.