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Classroom Tips and Techniques: The One- and Two-Argument Arctangent Functions in Maple

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In general, a "conversion" between the one- and two-argument artangent functions is not mathematically correct.  However, we give two examples of calculations that benefit from a formal interchange of these two functions, and show how different programming strategies in Maple can be used to build tools to make these formal interchanges.?

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Publish Date: October 13, 2010
Created In: Maple 14
Language: English

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