**Maple**

by Alain Le Stang

**Publisher**: Wikibooks 2012

**Description**:

Maple is a computer algebra system offering many possibilities for math problems. Users can enter mathematics in traditional mathematical notation. This book aims to give all tools needed to be autonomous with this software.

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