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Mathematics
with Maple™ is a
comprehensive, interactive and highly
visual electronic textbook written in
Maple. This ebook consists of 22
chapters that cover more than 100
topics from mathematics, applied
mathematics, and statistics at the
university level. It includes more
than 600 worked examples, over 140 new
commands for learning and visualizing
concepts from calculus, and summaries
of the mathematical concepts and
principles associated with each topic.
This unique material can be used as a
supplement to a standard textbook or
on its own.
The main objective of
this ebook is to show how Maple can
be integrated as a valuable and
powerful tool for students and
educators. The material allow users to
focus on concepts and examples to get
a better understanding of the
mathematics rather than spending time
on the details of the calculations.
This ebook gives
teachers a useful resource as a
computational supplement for courses
in mathematics, applied mathematics,
science, engineering, and statistics,
and allows for easy, highly visual
classroom demonstrations. For
students, this ebook provides help,
motivation, and insight into theory
and applications. The computations and
computational experience gained from
this book can be used in classes,
labs, homework, projects, and also in
engineering and other professions.
Mathematics
with Maple
will be of interest
to
 Students who are
studying mathematics, science, or
engineering at the university level,
especially those who would like to
learn how to make effective use of
Maple in classes, labs, homework,
projects, and future employment
 Educators teaching
mathematics, science, or engineering
at the university level who are
interested in using Maple as a
visualization and computational tool
in the classroom




 This ebook is a
collection of Maple worksheets
covering more than 100 topics from
mathematics, applied mathematics,
and statistics at the university
level.
 The over 600 varied
and realistic examples can be
modified and reused.
 Organized into 22
chapters, this ebook is the
equivalent of approximately 2500
printed pages of content.
 Each topic includes
a summary of the mathematical
concepts and principles, allowing
this book to be used as a textbook
on its own, as well as a
supplementary text.
 This product
includes two new Maple library
packages for understanding and
visualizing concepts from
introductory and advanced calculus.
 Over 140 commands allow you to
perform complex operations in
Maple without the need to
understand the subtleties of
Maple's plotting and other base
commands.
 Includes a very wide variety
of commands, covering such diverse
topics as heat equations, Bezier
curves, line integrals, truth
tables, Pascal's triangle, and
statistical procedures which can
replace many of the statistical
tables found in standard
textbooks.
 Commands can be used with the
ebook content and in your own
worksheets.
 Each command is fully
documented using standard Maple
help pages.

Learn more about these
packages.
 Multiple approaches
are used. This book shows how to use
Maple as a computational tool to
obtain immediate solutions and it
uses Maple to solve problems
stepbystep the way a traditional
textbook would.
 All Maple commands
used in the worksheets are
hyperlinked to the corresponding
help pages to provide easy access to
online help at any time during a
session.
 A detailed,
hyperlinked table of contents makes
it easy to navigate to topics of
interest.
The content
includes:
 Functions
and graphs
 Limits,
derivatives, integration and
multiple integration
 Complex
numbers, linear algebra
 Ordinary
and partial differential
equations
 Conics,
polar coordinates, parametric
curves
 Curves
and surfaces in space,
multivariable functions
 Vectors
and vector analysis
 Integral
transforms, numerical methods,
linear optimization
 Logic,
combinatoric and statistics
 Conformal
mappings, graphs and trees
View the full
Table of Contents
View
sample worksheets 






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Harald Pleym
 Associate Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Telemark
University College, Norway (retired)
 Member of Maple's Beta Tester Group for more than 20
years
 He has been using Maple for teaching since 1995
 He is the author of:
 Dynamic Maple Supplement to the Textbook: Calculus 6/e
by C. Henry Edwards and David E. Penney, 2002
 Maple Supplement to the Textbooks: Mathema 1 and Mathema 2,
Applied Mathematics for Bachelor Students (in Norwegian), 2008
 He is a Maple Consultant, and he has given many
courses in Maple at Universities and High Schools in Norway

 Please contact Harald Pleym
 He also welcomes any other feedback that might help to
improve Mathematics with Maple  A Comprehensive EBook
Harald Pleym, March 2020



