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First Look Review: Maple 10

21 Jul, 2006 By: IDSA ,Mike Hudspeth

Maplesoft's mathematics software can search its symbol library based on user-drawn images


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If you're like me, doing math in your head isn't a viable option. I know people who can do it very well. I hate to work with those people. Sure, I can do the kind of math that lets me figure out how much everyone owes when we go to lunch and how much to leave for a tip, but I need a calculator to go much beyond that. I know I'm not alone. If you need to deal with complicated mathematical equations in your work, you need something like Maple 10 from Maplesoft.  Read more >>p>

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