## 165 Reputation

8 years, 174 days

## Proper Divisors Procedure in Maple code...

Maple 13

Hi again all

You can enjoy this simple Maple code to find the proper divisors of a given positive integer (whole number).

Hope this helps

Matt Anderson

## A prime 3-tuple...

HI Maple Primes people and other interested parties,

I was a teacher for more that ten years.  Most of my teaching was at community college level.

Although I am not a biological father, my extended family is important to me.

I graduated from university two times with special diplomas.  The next two years (99 to 01) were hectic for me.  After that I went to see about females, and now I am in the happily married club.

I'm glad I kept my Maple 13 student version software because like my father, I like to make computer code.

0_2_20_tuple_to_share.pdf

Mathematical truth will outlast the stars in the sky.  but government and good behavior will always kick the ass of any expression.

Consider this

Regards

Matt

Hi Mapleprimes,

bye

## pillow curve...

Maple 13

Hi all,

Look at my pretty plot.  It is defined by

x=sin(m*t);
y=sin(n*t);

where n and m are one digit positive integers.

You can modify my worksheet with different values of n and m.

pillow_curve.mw

pillow_curve.pdf

The name of the curve may be something like Curve of Lesotho.  I saw this first in one of my father's books.

Regards,
Matt

## a look at recursive functions...

Maple 13

Hi MaplePrimes,

another_recursive_sequence.mw

another_recursive_sequence.pdf

These two files have the same content.  One is a .pdf and the other is a Maple Worksheet.  I explore integer sequences of the form -

a(r) = c*a(r-1)+d*a(r-2) with a(1) and a(2) given.

Some of these sequences are in (the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences) OEIS.org and some are not.  If we restrict c to 1 and assume that a(1)=1 and a(2) = 2 we have the parameter d remaining.  See additional webpage -