This certainly looks a lot like what i was looking for. It seems to be exacly that.
Usually each paragraph of the math book has something explained in maple language. But there was no such thing. Glad to have the need filled in.
I think i will persue to leave no stones unturned, and make every maplebook i have right now. This should enable me to do all the math all the engineering books ive gathered. I tried a calculation of a mechanics and statics book that would usually take half an hour to make with a calculator. 1 minute it took me. All the invested time should pay off in the long run.
Im thinking about some concrete and building calculations, and build a multiple story house, while i did learn a lot of plumbing, electrican, welding, machining, concrete, carpentry, and CAD drawing. It should go fast and easy. Did i mention ground mechanics before? This looks like something that is even more complicated than concrete calculations. Yes, i think it will be great to have Maple as a tool.
Just to let you know i am very thankful for all the answers, and this is how im going to make good use of it. As i will make use of it making (organic)chemistry, fluid mechanics etc. etc. :D