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In Maple, mathematical expressions, such as $\sqrt{{x}^{2}\+\mathrm{\π}}$, can be entered in a natural, textbook-like notation. In Maple, this is called
To begin, create a new document in Document mode. To begin entering a 2-D mathematical expression, ensure that you are in Math mode. In this mode, the cursor is inside a box with a dotted outline that indicates the boundaries of the mathematical expression. By default, all new documents created in Document mode start in Math mode so that you can begin entering mathematical expressions immediately. To switch between Math mode and Text mode, press F5.
A video demonstration of the following examples is available
Note for non-Windows users: The keystrokes given in this document are for Windows. There will be differences for other platforms. If you are using a different platform, see Help>Quick Help for the list of the most common keystrokes. |

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