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Maple9 is available for all Dartmouth students.

You can learn a lot about Maple by reading its help... Learning Maple is not a
requirement for the class, and you can obtain maximum scores and achieve
complete understanding of the material without ever using this software.
Such type of knowledge may ease a bit your life in Math 3, or may come handy
with other occasions during your study years. I encourage you to get
familiar with Maple.

Here is the link to a
comprehensive introduction to Maple.

Below are some graphs that I obtained, using Maple, when I prepared the lectures for our class. Feel free to cut-and-paste any Maple command contained in the files, and use them to start learning how to work with Maple.

January 4, 2004 | 2.1. Tangent and velocity |

January 21, 2004 | 3.5. Derivatives of trigonometric functions |

February 6, 2004 | 4.7. An optimization problem |

February 9, 2004 | 4.9. Newton's method |