By Ernic Kamerich (auth.)
This "hands-on" publication is for those that have an interest in instantly placing Maple to paintings. The reader is supplied with a compact, quick and surveyable advisor that introduces them to the large features of the software program. The publication is enough for traditional use of Maple and may offer thoughts for extending Maple for extra really good paintings. the writer discusses the reliability of effects systematically and offers methods of checking out questionable effects. The booklet permits a reader to turn into a consumer shortly and is helping him/her to develop progressively to a broader and more adept use. to that end, a few matters are handled in an introductory method early within the booklet, with references to a extra specified dialogue later on.
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A typical mistake is the use of = ar : instead of : = in an assignment. Here is an example where both mistakes are shown. 7 Referring to previous results with the ditto > xl = 10; xl > x2 = 10 20; 20 > xl + x2; xl +x2 The first line yields an equation. The second line consists of two Maple commands: the first asks Maple to evaluate x2, but Maple does not print the result to the screen as the command is terminated with a colon. The second command on this line asks Maple to yield 20. So both xl and x2 stay unassigned and the last line yields simply xl + x2.
Object too large For factorial, the operator ! can be used: > 5! ; 120 Division of an integer by an integer with the operator /, generally, yields a rational number. Integer division with remainder can be executed by iquo and irem: > iquo( 705 , 7 ), irem( 705 , 7 ); 100,5 Both results can be computed at the same time as follows: 30 2. 4 on page 67. For more information on calculations with integers and on using Maple in number theory, consult on-line help about binomial, ifactor, ifactors, iged, igedex, ilem, issqr,nextprime,prevprime, ithprime, eombinat,and numtheory.
7 &- 1000000 mod 3; 1 These constructions with mod can be applied in cases with variables as welI, for instance on polynomials over Z mod n. For univariate and bivariate polynomials over the integers modulo a prime p, modp1 and modp2 are available. 20 on page 273, matrices with elements in Z mod n are demonstrated. For more information on this subject, consult the on-line help about mod and inert. For the Chinese remainder algorithm, the procedure ehrem is available. 10 on page 183 and in Chapter 15, Manipulating algebraic expressions.