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A first-exposure-to-Maple showing a simple plot of some inverse functions

Author
: Carl DeVore
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Audience: Second-semester calculus students who are first-time users of Maple. Objectives: 1. Basic features of the worksheet environment. 2. Expressions, operators, plotting, names, lists, assignments 3. Mirror-image property of the graphs of inverse functions. 4. Making plots look nice. 5. Getting help. 6. Avoiding a few of the common mistakes.

Application Details

Publish Date: February 14, 2002
Created In: Maple 7
Language: English

Tags

calculus

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