Maple 9.5 is a product of
Maplesoft.
Online resource for Maple assistance intended for students is available at
www.maple4students.com.
A high-quality collection of Maple packages and courses can be found at
www.mapleapps.com.
USC students in MATH 141 can purchase a copy of Maple 9.5 through a
special arrangement between USC and Maplesoft. The URL for the Maple
"store" is
webstore.maplesoft.com.
Working with VIP, Blackboard, Maple, and E-mail on the Math and SAM Networks
[Word]
[HTML]
Try A Maplet,
a new, and expanding, collection of high-quality maplets for calculus.
These maplets are designed to be used by students looking for practice
with some of the more common topics encountered in Calculus I.
The primary author of these maplets is
Prof. Phil Yasskin
at Texas A&M University.
Maple for Math Majors,
an excellent collection of Maple worksheets and information prepared by
Roger Kraft
at Purdue University -- Calumet.
Differential Equations (even though this is not directly related to this course, some of you might find something of interest -- also, I am proud of my work)
Engineer's Toolkit: Maple V for Engineers,
Douglas B. Meade and Etan Bourkoff,
Addison--Wesley, 1998, ISBN 0-201-6445-5
(vi + 154 pp. + two chapters available only in electronic form).
Maple 8 for Calculus at USC
[PDF]
[PS]
Draft version of local user's guide for Maple 8. Please e-mail comments,
corrections, and other suggestions to
meade@math.sc.edu.
Note:
Portable Document Format (PDF) files are viewable with
Adobe Reader.
PostScript (PS) files are viewable with ghostview, the
public domain PS viewer.
If you have any questions, please send e-mail to
meade@math.sc.edu
Last modified: 22 September 2003