CalcLabs with Maple V
Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, 1995 - Computers - 229 pages
Designed to help students learn how to use the Maple computer algebra system to solve problems in calculus, this combination text/lab manual/resource book offers a presentation that should help students get the most out of the Maple computer algebra system and the calculus course.
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