Welcome back to another Maple Learn blog post! We know it is midterm season, and we’re here to help. Maple Learn can be used to study in many different ways, and I’m sure you’ve already tried some of them. One way is making your notes in Learn, or making your own examples, but have you taken a look at our document gallery? We have a wide range of subjects and types of documents, so let’s take a look at some documents!
I’m going to start by talking about the documents in the gallery which are content learning focused, then move into practice problems and a special document for studying.
First, let’s look at some calculus content learning documents! The calculus collection is our largest, reaching over 250 documents and still counting. The two documents I’ve picked from this category are our documents on the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus and a Visualization of Partial Derivatives. See a screenshot of the visualisations for each document below!
Are there other subjects you’d like to look at? Well, take a look at our list below!
Algebra: Double Vertical Asymptote Slider Graph
Graph Theory: Dijkstra’s Algorithm for Shortest Paths
Economics: Increase in Demand in a Market
Chemistry: Combined Gas Law Examples
Biology: Dihybrid Cross Punnett Squares
Physics: Displacement, Velocity, and Acceleration
We have many other subjects for documents, of course, but they wouldn’t fit in this post! Take a look at our entire document gallery for the others.
Another class of documents we have are the practice problems. Perfect for studying, we have practice problems ranging from practicing the four color theorem, to practicing mean, median, and mode, to even practicing dihybrid cross genotypes!