Farouq

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I have several *.mw files which I have built seperately. Now, for readability reasons, I would like to create a Master document, which will ues the first files, and then generate a PDF document.
I tried the read command, but it does not recognize the files.

Any help is appreciated.

 

I have some large worksheets in maple which I would like to export to Latex. Currently, the exported document included both the commands and the results. For example, if the maple code looks like:



The latex document will be:

    %% Created by Maple 17.01, Windows 7
    %% Source Worksheet: test4Export.mw
    %% Generated: Fri Sep 11 11:25:29 CEST 2015
    \documentclass{article}
    \usepackage{maplestd2e}
    \def\emptyline{\vspace{12pt}}
    \begin{document}
    \pagestyle{empty}
    \DefineParaStyle{Maple Heading 1}
    \DefineParaStyle{Maple Text Output}
    \DefineParaStyle{Maple Dash Item}
    \DefineParaStyle{Maple Bullet Item}
    \DefineParaStyle{Maple Normal}
    \DefineParaStyle{Maple Heading 4}
    \DefineParaStyle{Maple Heading 3}
    \DefineParaStyle{Maple Heading 2}
    \DefineParaStyle{Maple Warning}
    \DefineParaStyle{Maple Title}
    \DefineParaStyle{Maple Error}
    \DefineCharStyle{Maple Hyperlink}
    \DefineCharStyle{Maple 2D Math}
    \DefineCharStyle{Maple Maple Input}
    \DefineCharStyle{Maple 2D Output}
    \DefineCharStyle{Maple 2D Input}
    \begin{Maple Normal}{
    \begin{Maple Normal}{
    A test equation}\end{Maple Normal}
    
    }\end{Maple Normal}
    
    \begin{Maple Normal}{
    \begin{Maple Normal}{
    }\end{Maple Normal}
    }\end{Maple Normal}
    \mapleinline{inert}{2d}{A = c+d}{\[\displaystyle A=c+d\]}
    \begin{maplegroup}
    \mapleresult
    \begin{maplelatex}
    \mapleinline{inert}{2d}{A = c+d}{\[\displaystyle A=c+d\]}
    \end{maplelatex}
    \end{maplegroup}
    \begin{Maple Normal}{
    \begin{Maple Normal}{
    \mapleinline{inert}{2d}{}{\[\displaystyle \]}
    }\end{Maple Normal}
    }\end{Maple Normal}
    \end{document}

and the output is:


Is there a way to solve this once while exporting in Maple instead of editing the latex code manually?

Consider the function

 

 

The above definition may result in four cases depening on r and x.

Can Maple calculate automatically all possible cases and the corresponding Maxima, Minima and Values at intervals limits?

 

I am trying to perform the following manipulation (This is a minimum working example).

 

a < b  < c;
(1)*2;

Error, invalid terms in product: a < b and b < c

 Can anyone tell if it is possible to manipulate inequalities exactly as it is the case with equations?

 

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