Math 241 - Maple Workshop
Fall Semester, 2001
Session 5 - Maple Programming

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 Maple Programming

Session #5 - One writes Maple procedures using basic programming techniques. Maple allows many of the standard programming commands, such do, while, if-then-else, and for . The procedures use local and global variables and can be stored as user defined libraries. Below we create a few elementary programs and so a few other useful Maple commands for identifying parts of expressions and functions, such as normal, irem, igcd, isprime, op, and nops.

Basic Programs in Maple

This section introduces a series of problems that we solve by creating Maple Procedures.

Runge-Kutta Procedure

Legendre Polynomial Procedure

Other Procedures

Newton's Method

Creating Libraries