## Using Maple |

Maple is a powerful system for manipulating mathematical formulae. You can solve integrals and systems of simultaneous equations, among many other capabilities.

- See the vendor's Web site.
- To start Maple, use this command:
maple

If you are running the X-Window system system, try this command:xmaple

- The Help Desk has available two excellent books for learning Maple:
First Leaves: A Tutorial Introduction to Maple V by B.W. Char, K.O. Geddes, G.H. Gonnet, B.L. Leong, M.B. Monagan, S.M.Watt, Springer-Verlag and Waterloo Maple Publishing (1992).

Maple V Library Reference Manual by B.W. Char, K.O. Geddes, G.H. Gonnet, B.L. Leong, M.B. Monagan, S.M.Watt, Springer- Verlag and Waterloo Maple Publishing (1991).

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