So Maple considers anything that looks like
a variable to be one, even if you previously
used the assume command ?
I assumed that the constants were positive
reals.
assume(a > 0, m > 0)
and somewhere I think I assigned h to the
value of Planck's constant.
h := 6.63*10^(-34)
Guess this is just another quirk of Maple
I'll need experience to overcome, or adapt
to.
v/r,

So Maple considers anything that looks like
a variable to be one, even if you previously
used the assume command ?
I assumed that the constants were positive
reals.
assume(a > 0, m > 0)
and somewhere I think I assigned h to the
value of Planck's constant.
h := 6.63*10^(-34)
Guess this is just another quirk of Maple
I'll need experience to overcome, or adapt
to.
v/r,

Sorry About not "tidying" the worksheet,
and precisely stating my request.
v/r,

Sorry About not "tidying" the worksheet,
and precisely stating my request.
v/r,

Sorry,
I'm trying to plot either the
expression: square, which is just the
function psi(x) multiplied by itself.
or the function psi(x) itself.
I think it's the constants in those expressions
causing the problems.
Thanks,
Dan

Sorry,
I'm trying to plot either the
expression: square, which is just the
function psi(x) multiplied by itself.
or the function psi(x) itself.
I think it's the constants in those expressions
causing the problems.
Thanks,
Dan

I also tried plotting this function, and kept getting empty plot errors.
Any hints ?
v/r,
Dan

I also tried plotting this function, and kept getting empty plot errors.
Any hints ?
v/r,
Dan

Has anyone already upgraded to 11 ?
If so were there any troubles or issues during / after installation and upgrading ?
I'm using a Windows XP machine with Maple version 10.04 or 10.05, (I think).
v/r,
dc

Thanks.
Another question.
How would I put the cosine function into the
Eigenvectors output, that contains
"RootOf" expressions ?
would the "op" or "subsop" operator be useful ?

Thanks.
Another question.
How would I put the cosine function into the
Eigenvectors output, that contains
"RootOf" expressions ?
would the "op" or "subsop" operator be useful ?

After first hearing this problem, I thought calculus would have been involved in a solution.

I just happened to select all, copy, and pasted in Microsoft Word, and it worked.
Simple enough, and I guess that's allowable in Maple 10.
Thanks for the additional methods,
v/r,