Step 1: Find the Maple Icon on your computer browser (or check with your lab assistant) and launch (run) Maple. Usually it is launched by double-clicking on the Icon. It helps to position the Maple Icon (representing the active Maple Program) in a corner
of the screen where you can easily find it later on, as the screen can get cluttered.
Step 2: If your internet browser has been setup to have Maple as one of its plug-ins you can either: click on the Maple worksheet links to open a Maple window, or copy & paste the Maple commands in the Lab text into a Maple Window, or retype the Maple commands into a Maple window.
Then use the Enter Key to run the code.
Step 3: Experiment. Try other values of the parameters as you fancy.
For example, use the Maple Language Help to find out about the command you just used, and try some of the
examples from the Maple Help. (For example, to get help on the Maple function "plot" in a Maple Window, type ?plot;. Or, go to the Maple Menu Icon to open the Maple Help Menu.)
Step 4: Have fun with it. And when done, move onto the next lab.
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