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Maple Instructions

# Maple Instructions - This is a printout of Menu.mws in the...

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This is a printout of “Menu.mws” in the “Maple Examples” folder. Using MAPLE for Visualization, Manipulation, and Simulation " A Brief Course in Mathematical Statistics " by Elliot A. Tanis Robert V. Hogg June, 2006 Prepared by Elliot A. Tanis Department of Mathematics Hope College Holland, MI 49422-9000 [email protected] http://www.math.hope.edu/tanis A Computer Algebra System (CAS) such as MAPLE can be used to manipulate symbols. The graphical capability of a CAS can help students visualize expressions that are manipulated symbolically. A CAS can also be used to do numerical calculations. Simulation can be incorporated in a variety of applications. Here are several examples from the text that illustrate ways for using MAPLE for visualization, manipulation, and simulation.

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