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Unformatted text preview: ( l r 1 $ B ( B .B cos 1 In Maple, yields int(x^(1/3)*cos(7*Pi*x),x=0. .1); # ( m ( # M # ( " ( %* "$ #$ &' "$ #$ #$ #" $ "" " ) ) ' # &' 1 1 1 LommelS . (Do you know what the LommelS1 function is? Look it up in the Maple help.) To get the value this computes to (within a high degree of accuracy), put the offending code inside the function. Taking the above example and evalf-ing it (i.e., writing evalf ) yields evalf( int(x^(1/3)*cos(7*Pi*x),x=0. .1);-0.7934529806e-2 , which will be more useful for purposes of, say, graphing. It may even be better to use instead of note the capital I on the integration evalf( Int( evalf( int( command. This tells Maple to evaluate the integral numerically rather than to symbolically compute it and then evaluate the resulting formula. Oh yes, don't forget that in Maple is , not . 1 Pi pi...
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course MA 460 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at University of Alabama in Huntsville.
- Fall '11