# Maple

Maple is a program designed to help you to plot graphs and do
computations, both numeric and symbolic. See the first three
items below for a quick introduction.
Making a graph |
Solving an equation |
More examples |
Help

Source code (Copy from browser
and paste into Maple)

Introduction to Maple in the Lab:
how to get started using Maple on the lab machines; includes information
on saving and printing as well as some examples of the most
frequently used commands.

**Demo**: how to use Maple
to find the equilibrium temperature of a thin metal plate
and to study simple models in population biology.

### Availability

Maple Version V.3 is available at the University Bookstore
(581-4776) for Macs and PC's for $99. It is also available
in various labs around campus:

- The
Marriott Library. 85 Mac's
equipped with Maple. Go to third level, northeast corner. 581-6494
- The
Mathematics Department labs. 50 Unix workstations in
Building 129, a permanent temporary structure.
581-3982

### References

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