Maple Labs

To run Maple 9.5 on the computers in the labs, click on the Start button in the lower left corner of the screen, move up to Programs, over to Course Applications, and over to Maple 9.5.

[Click here for info on using Maple from your room]

You may order a personal copy of Maple you wish--details under announcements.

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!

bullet Lab I (This is a group project, so the above does not apply) Due: Friday, Feb 17, beginning of class.  An example:
bulletLab 2 (This is an individual lab, NOT a group project). Due: Friday, March 31.
bulletLab 3  (This is an individual lab, NOT a group project).  Due: Friday, April 21.
bulletLab 4(This is an individual lab, NOT a group project).  Due:  Monday, May 1.   Here is a source of some ideas: polar graphs  You must turn in your code as well as the actual card.

Reference Labs--These are old labs that provide a good resource for basic maple techniques for each chapter--look at them at the START of each chapter for techniques you may want to use on the homework.  They will not be collected.
bulletint area
bulletsequences and
bulletparametric and


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!