Maple Labs

We are upgrading to Maple 10, so watch here for further information.

Maple 10 is available in most of the campus labs.

[Click here soon for info on using Maple over the network from your room]

You may order (download) a personal copy of Maple 10 at a discounted price of $75 if you wish--

Secure ordering address: __http://webstore.maplesoft.com__

Promotion Code: AP15214U

Students may work together on Maple labs by consulting with each other and by comparing their input and results. However, each student must enter the Maple commands for his or her lab independently, and each student must submit an individual lab. Do NOT share files--replicated files will not recieve credit!

Lab 1: Do #1 and #2 from section 4.2 of the populations handout (due Friday, October 6) | |

Lab 2 (due | |

Lab 3: Do # 3, 4, 5 from section 4.2 of the populations handout (due | |

Lab 4 (due | |

Lab 5 (due | |

Lab 6 (due Monday, December 4) calc1/maple labs/lab 6 fall 04.mw | |

Lab 7 (due |

The Maple Student Center has a lot of good material, tutorials, and examples. In fact, many of the class demos come from here. Visit often!

Here are some Maplets that may be useful for the populations project. WARNING--do NOT use the Curve Fitting tool inside Maple--it will fit to lines or polynomials, NOT the exponential/logistic curves which you need for this project.calc1/calc I maplets/ExponentialGrowth.mws

calc1/calc I maplets/LimitedGrowth.mws

calc1/calc I maplets/LogisticGrowth.mws

calc1/calc I maplets/LogisticGrowth Maplet.mws (see if this works better than the one above)