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Using Alt ENTER,In the example above we obtained a. result by pressing ENTER after our,You can also get Maple to return the. result on the same line as your question,by typing Alt ENTER hold down the. alt key then press the enter key,Example Type x 5 2 then Alt. integrate w r t x,Context Menus,integrate w r t x,You can use Maple s context menus to.
perform a wide variety of operations,Example Place your cursor on the last. result and right click The context menu,offers several operations to choose from. according to the expression that you are,using To integrate this expression select. Integrate then x,Example To plot the result of the. integration right click on the result and,then select Plots 2 D Plot.
The context menus are self documenting,The text above the arrow shows what. operation has been performed,Smart Popups,It is also possible to generate plots and to. apply commands using Smart Popups To,turn on smart popups the button in. the Maple toolbar must be selected,Example Enter and hit. Enter Hover the mouse over the,output and then choose 2D Plot.
Changing the Problem,Mathematics in a Maple document are 5 2 2. live You can go back make changes and, re execute the problem to obtain a new integrate w r t x. Example Go back to your original,calculation of 1 2 change the. number 1 to a 3 and press ENTER,Note the change in output. Example In the context menu example,above change the x to 10 x.
Highlight the entire line including the,plot then click the execute button. found at the top of the Maple worksheet,All selected calculations are updated. Tip Clicking on the execute all button recalculates the entire document. Entering Math, There are a number of methods to enter math into Maple You can enter math using a. combination of palettes keyboard shortcuts context menus and commands Most. operations can be entered in more than one way so you can pick the method you are. most comfortable with,Steps Results,Exact Answers and Numeric. Approximations,Maple calculates exact answers i e 6.
fractions remain as fractions,5 at 5 digits,Example On a new line enter 1 2 1 3 6. Note that the automatically moves you,to the denominator The right arrow will. take you out Press Alt ENTER to see,the result on the same line. Maple also calculates numeric,approximations,Example Right click the above result and. select Approximate from the context,menu Select accuracy of 5 digits.
If your problem uses decimal,approximations already Maple will return. the answer in the same format,Example Try the example on the right. You can apply different formatting to,numeric results. Example Right click the above result and,select Numeric Formatting from the. context menu Select Scientific then,press Apply Formatting.
Maple has over 1000 palette symbols,within the palette menus You can also 3 1. use Maple s expression palette to input,expressions The expression palette. contains fill in the blank templates for,common operations. Example Use the Expression Palette find 0,the integral of Open the. expression palette click on Expression,on the left hand side of your Maple.
document and click the indefinite integral,button An indefinite integral template will. appear in your worksheet Fill in the,place holders use TAB to move to the. next placeholder When done press,ENTER to evaluate. Note Use to create a superscript and,right arrow to get out again. Example Use the expression palette to,find the limit of a function.
Tip Put frequently used palette entries,on the Favorites Palette Right click on the. palette button and select Add to,Favorites Palette. Tip Maple has many different palettes for,entering expressions To see all of the. available palettes right click on the,palette dock and select Arrange. Symbol Completion,The symbol completion mechanism,provides an alternative to palettes for.
entering symbols 3 2,Type the first few characters of the. symbol name and press Ctrl Space,Choose the symbol you want from the list. Example Try entering To enter,Ctrl Space,Case Sensitivity. Maple is case sensitive,Example Enter,Example Enter. Compare the results,Implicit Multiplication,Maple understands implicit multiplication.
Example Type 3 x for 3 times x,To multiply two variables use a space. x y means x times y but xy,variable whose name is xy. Example Type x space y xy,If you choose to Differentiate using the. context menu you will see that x y and,xy are treated as three separate variables. due to the way they were entered,You should be careful using implicit.
multiplication in Maple to avoid confusion,with function calls To us looks. like a function call and looks like,implied multiplication Maple understands. both of these as function calls,Example Enter using no space. a space and an explicit multiplication,sign Ask Maple to calculate each result so. you can see the differences,When multiplying with brackets you can.
use a space to achieve implicit,multiplication but it is usually safest to. explicitly use the multiplication symbol,Maple also automatically inserts a space. between side by side closing and opening,Mathematical Notation. Maple understands familiar mathematical,For example Maple understands that. is a differential equation in,Example Enter the equation listed above.
using the single quote key for the prime,notation To verify that it is in fact a. differential equation select Solve DE,from the context menu. Label References,Maple uses label references,Whenever you use ENTER to get a. response the result is automatically given,a label reference To refer to a previous. result in a computation use Ctrl L,and enter the label reference number.
Example Multiply the result,from above by x using labels. To reference an equation from another,document use Insert Reference. Variable Assignment,In order to assign a value to a variable. name the colon equals operator is used 3 5,Example To assign the value 5 x to 3 6. the variable name costA the,assignment statement colon.
equals is used After a value has been,assigned to costA it can be used in. subsequent calculations,Note Anything you want Maple to. evaluate e g assignment statements,must be entered in Math mode Anything. entered in Text mode will be non,executable, Tip Find the list of keyboard shortcuts for your platform Click Help Quick Help. menu and select Math Editor Shortcuts,Combining Text and Math.
In Maple you can combine math and text in the same paragraph to help formulate. mathematical sentences,Steps Results,Example Start by entering a simple. computation,The integral,Go back to the start of your computation. place the cursor to the left of your,expression press F5 to change from. math input to text input and start typing, You can also input text in place of the The integral is equal to. equals sign Click on the equals sign,and replace it with some additional text.
Place your cursor at the end of the output The integral is equal to. press F5 and complete the rest of the,sentence as you can plainly see. Modify some of the terms in the problem The integral is equal to. highlight the entire sentence and press,the button to re execute the as you can. plainly see,computation, Tip Pressing F5 allows you to easily toggle between math input and text input. Tip In math mode the cursor is slanted and has a dotted box around it In text mode. the cursor appears as a vertical bar, Tip To check what mode you are in look at the top left of the toolbar In text mode it. will look like In math mode it will look like You, can also use these buttons to change modes as an alternative to pressing F5.
Maple can produce 2 D and 3 D plots of equations and expressions. Steps Results,Now we will demonstrate plotting in,Maple The fastest way to plot an. expression in Maple is to use the context,Example Enter an expression in x e g. right click on the expression and,select Plots 2 D Plot. Example Use the point probe to find the,coordinates of different points in the. graph To turn on the point probe right,click on the plot and choose Nearest point.
Example To pan the plot right click on,the plot and select Manipulator Pan. Hold down the left mouse button and use,the mouse to move the plot around To. scale the plot perform the same steps,but select Manipulator Scale. Tip You can also change the manipulator,tool by clicking on the plot and then. selecting the appropriate tool from plot,toolbar at the top of the Maple window.
The enhanced point probe tool can find,the point on the curve closest to your. cursor and allows you the ability to,extract the coordinates of the cursor and. Maple Quick Start Introduction In this introductory course you will become familiar with and comfortable in the Maple environment You will learn how to use context menus task assistants and palettes to perform powerful analyses and create high impact graphics with only a minimal knowledge of commands You will also learn how to create technical reports that capture the knowledge behind an

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