Greetings to all.

I am writing to alert MaplePrimes users to a Maple package that makes an remarkable contribution to combinatorics and really ought to be part of your discrete math / symbolic combinatorics class if you teach one. The combstruct package was developed at INRIA in Paris, France, by the algorithmics research team of P. Flajolet during the mid 1990s. This software package features a parser for grammars involving combinatorial operators such as sequence, set or multiset and it can derive functional equations from the grammar as well as exponential and ordinary generating functions for labeled and unlabeled enumeration. Coefficients of these generating functions can be computed. All of it easy to use and very powerful. If you are doing research on some type of combinatorial structure definitely check with combstruct first.

My purpose in this message is to advise you of the existence of this package and encourage you to use it in your teaching and research. With this in mind I present five applications of the combstruct package. These are very basic efforts that admit improvement that can perhaps serve as an incentive to deploy combstruct nonetheless. Here they are:

I hope you enjoy reading these and perhaps you might want to feature combstruct as well, which presented the first complete implementation in a computer algebra system of the symbolic method, sometimes called the folklore theorem of combinatorial enumeration, when it initially appeared.

Best regards,

Marko Riedel.

I'd like to pay attention to an application "Periodicity of Sunspots " by Samir Khan, where a real data is analysed. That application can be used in teaching statistics.

PS. The code by Samir Khan works well for me.

Thirteen Clickable Calculus examples have been added to the Teaching Concepts with Maple section of the Maplesoft web site. The additions include examples in algebra, differential and integral calculus, lines-and-planes in multivariate calculus, and linear algebra. By my count, this means some 97 Clickable Calculus examples are now available.

In the Algebra/Precalculus section, examples of an

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I'm looking for several challenging projects for a Calculus II course using Maple which I'll be teaching in Spring 2013. By challenging I mean that the project will have several steps including both conceptual and computational aspects. I'd also like them to be suitable for group work if possible. I'd be willing to devote from 3-5 class periods for each of three or four different projects. Our Calc I and Calc II are five hour...

Ten more Clickable Calculus solutions have been added to the Teaching Concepts with Maple section of the Maplesoft web site. Solutions to problems include examples in algebra, differential and integral calculus, lines-and-planes in multivariate calculus, linear algebra, and vector calculus.The algebra additions include an example illustrating how a

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Recently, a Maplesoft customer service representative received an e-mail from one of our users with the subject line: A Simple Thank You. We wanted to share this message with you, as it demonstrates how the power and flexibility of Maple helped one student get ahead in his studies. The following is an actual email we received from Eli E., which describes his experience using Maple as a university student.

Hello, my name is Eli...

I want to graph the portion of the plane 2x + 3y + z = 6 that are located in the first octant of a xyz coordinate system. The following implicitplot3d should in principle do it:

With the addition of ten new Clickable-Calculus examples to the Teaching Concepts with Maple section of the Maplesoft website, we've now posted 63 of the 154 solved problems in my data-base of syntax-free calculations. Once again, these examples and associated videos illustrate point-and-click computations, but more important, they embody the

Being easy to use is nice, but being easy to learn with is better. Maple’s ease-of-use paradigm, captured in the phrases “Clickable Calculus” and “Clickable Math” provides a syntax-free way to use Maple. The learning curve is flattened. But making Maple easy to use to use badly in the classroom helps neither student nor instructor.

In the mid to late ‘80s,...

Hi , I'm Alan GHafur , I'm student in master dagree in Statistic in Irbil / Iraq .I want learn how can slove non linear function in Maple.

thank you for hlep me.

Hi,

I'm teaching numerical analysis with Maple and then I started with fixed iteration method.

When I programed the method which is simple, I got the solution as:

restart:with(Student[NumericalAnalysis]):

f := x->2*tan(x)-x-1;

g := x->arctan((1/2)*x+1/2); # fixed point method where the solution of x=g(x) is the the solution f(x)=0

x[0] := 0.2; for k from 0 to 20 do x[k+1] := evalf(g(x[k])) end do; this line give the solution

Greetings:

Anyone know how I can print the code of the Tutorials of the Maplets?

I need take it as a guide to developing themselves because I don't dominate so much the Maplets management and I need...

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