2D Graphing Software: Maple
Date: 7/15/96 at 11:48:39 From: Gail Chew Subject: 2D Graphing Software Dear Sir, I'm a first year student studying in a Junior College in Singapore. Recently, I've been having a problem sketching curves, especially hyperbolas and certain mathematical equations. I've read in the news that certain college mathematic computer programs let you magnify a certain area and analyze the curve. For example you can find the intersection points of two curves. I'm hoping that you can recommend some PC software that could help me tackle this problem. Yours sincerely, Gail Chew
Date: 7/15/96 at 12:21:46 From: Doctor Paul Subject: Re: 2D Graphing Software Maple V is a great tool for graphing and examining functions. It's available for free downloading at http://www.maplesoft.com/Demos.html a Maple V tutorial is available at Indiana university: http://www.indiana.edu/~statmath/smdoc/Maple.html and http://www.indiana.edu/~statmath/smdoc/MapleUltrix/index.html Good Luck! -Doctor Paul, The Math Forum Check out our web site! http://mathforum.org/dr.math/
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