Understanding Maple is a book intended for anyone who wishes to use Maple to do more than just sum a single series or evaluate a single integral. It is suitable for beginners, but does not shy away from advanced topics. It explains the rules which control how Maple processes input, and shows how to avoid all the most common pitfalls. Chapters include:
- Algebra and Calculus
- Solving Equations
- Linear Algebra
- Download the table of contents and introduction.
- Buy a copy direct from Cambridge University Press.
- Download the Maple worksheets which accompany the book.
Please email me if you find any errors in the book, or if you have any suggestions for improvements or additions that can be made in future editions. If you have a question about Maple that is not directly relevant to the book, then you should contact Maplesoft Technical Support.
- A list known errors is here.
- A list of revisions for the second edition (if a second edition is published) is here.
Other interesting Maple material
- How to permanently switch off 2D Math Input
- An objective comparison of 2D Math Input and Maple Notation
- Running Maple for the first time (video, 8 minutes 48 seconds)
- Configuring Maple (video, 10 minutes 43 seconds)
- When is a function not a function?