The user may teach Maple how to evaluate a function as follows. Given a function foo(y), the call eval(foo(y),x=a) will result in `eval/foo`(foo(y),x=a) being called if the user has defined `eval/foo` to be a Maple procedure….

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## How do you evaluate a function in Maple?

The user may teach Maple how to evaluate a function as follows. Given a function foo(y), the call eval(foo(y),x=a) will result in `eval/foo`(foo(y),x=a) being called if the user has defined `eval/foo` to be a Maple procedure….

e | – | expression |
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a | – | expression |

eqns | – | list or set of equations |

n | – | positive integer |

## How do you plot a discontinuous function in Maplestory?

Show the location of the removable discontinuity. (This is also the command used to create the plot from the Plotting Guide.) Change the color and size of symbol used to mark the discontinuity. Plot a piecewise function with a removable discontinuity.

**How do you define a piecewise function in Maplestory?**

Maple uses the piecewise function to allow you to define piecewise functions. The syntax is piecewise(range 1, value on range 1, range 2, value on range 2., range n, value on range n, value otherwise). > f:=x->piecewise(x < 0, x, x > 0, x^2 + 1); NOTE: piecewise only works in version 4 or above of Maple.

**What are Maple commands?**

Basic commands for Maple

- > x^2-3*x+3;
- > x^2-3*x+3;subs(x=2,x^2-3*x+3);
- > arctan(1);
- will assign the value. to the variable f. It is very easy to forget the colon in the assignment process.
- > expand((x+1)*(x+2));
- > expand((x+1)/(x+2));
- > expand((x^2+1)^7);
- > simplify((x^a)^b+4^(1/2), power);

### How do you create a variable in Maplestory?

In Maple, you can declare variables as either local or global. Any variable in a procedure that is not explicitly declared either local or global is automatically declared local if: The variable appears on the left side of an assignment ( := ) statement. The variable is used as an index of a for or seq statement.

### How do you draw a discontinuous graph?

To draw a graph of a function that is discontinuous, once we put the pen down to draw the graph, we must pick it up at least once before the graph is complete and then continue to draw again. A discontinuous function has breaks or gaps on its curve. Hence, the range of a discontinuous function has at least one gap.

**How do you do piecewise functions?**

A piecewise function is a function built from pieces of different functions over different intervals. For example, we can make a piecewise function f(x) where f(x) = -9 when -9 < x ≤ -5, f(x) = 6 when -5 < x ≤ -1, and f(x) = -7 when -1

**How do you get decimal answers in Maplestory?**

Another way to get decimals is to use the maple word evalf to convert a result to decimal form. The Maple constant Digits is set to 10 by default. If you want to more or less digits of accuracy, use evalf with a second argument.

#### What is Maple syntax?

Maple Syntax. As much as possible, Maple conforms to standard linear expression notation and precedence rules. The syntactic expression operators in Maple are shown below in order of precedence (lowest to highest), where all the operators in a given group have the same precedence.