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Topic: Maple's geometry package: how to plot?
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Willem Sluis

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Maple's geometry package: how to plot?
Posted: Jun 17, 1996 7:28 PM
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Dear (Classical) Geometers,

I've briefly looked at Maple's geometry package, which enables you to
define points, lines, circles, etc.., in the plane, and to calculate
points of intersection, bisectors, tangent lines etc...

It would be nice to see a plot of all this, but the geometry package
itself doesn't address this. The plot facility doesn't seem to have
any special accomodations for plotting the objects that are defined
in the geomtry package either.

Does anybody know if there is a procedure that makes a plot of
whatever you've defined and calculated using the geom package?

I'm using Maple V3 under unix.

Willem Sluis







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