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MapleCommands

# MapleCommands - Running Maple Maple should be on your...

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Running Maple Maple should be on your desktop, but if not, the usual place to find it is under All programs --> Maple 10 --> Maple 10 You should see the Maple 10 splash screen. Either Maple will start right up or you'll get a menu screen like the one below. In that case, choose Start with Blank Worksheet , which is the second option. Changing the defaults Maple will work best if we change three of the pre-set defaults before we start. I strongly suggest you do this on any machine when you first load Maple. On the Tablet PCs, if you do this once, then you won't have to worry about ever again. Go to Tools --> Options to bring up a menu. Under the Display tab: 1. Change Input display to Maple notation 2. Click on Enable rollover highlighting in plots Under the Interface tab: 3. Change Default format for new worksheets to Worksheet Click Apply globally to prepare the changes, and then launch a new worksheet by clicking the "piece of paper" icon in the upper left to make the changes take effect. You're now ready to go!

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Quick checklist of Maple 10 commands Basic arithmetic and operators plus, minus ( +, - ) – used for addition, subtraction asterisk, slash ( *, / ) – used for multiplication, division carat ( ^ ) – used for exponentiation parantheses ( ) – used for grouping expressions brackets [ ] – used for some lists, ordered pairs, ordered n -tuples braces { } – used to form sets semi-colon ( ; ) – used to end a line and show output colon ( : ) – used to end a line and suppress output equals ( = ) – used to form equalities, i.e. to check the equality of two expressions colon-equals ( := ) – assignment operator, i.e. defines the variable on the left to be the expression on the right.
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