 Maple Course Materials - High School Center - Maplesoft  Related Products  Maple for High Schools  How to Proceed  Stay Informed   Home : Academic : Maple for High School : Course Materials Course Materials Who knows best how instructors are using Maple in the classroom but an instructor? This collection of course lessons was written by instructors and covers any mathematics-based course imaginable. The best thing about these lessons, other than the fact that they are free, is that you can manipulate each lesson to your liking. If you are not satisfied with the structure of the lesson or if you have found a function that conveys a concept better than those presented, simply open the worksheet in Maple and change it!     This set of Maple lessons is designed for Algebra I and II. Lessons include: Primes and Factorization, Solving Linear Equations, Functions and Graphcs, Absolute Value Problems, and more. These lessons were designed by Gregory Moore of Orange Coast College.
This set of Maple lessons is designed for high school Geometry. Lessons include: Polygons and Stars, Axes of Symmetry, the Golden Ratio, the Circumference and Area of a Circle, and more. Gregory Moore of Orange Coast College developed these lessons    This set of Maple lessons is designed for high school Trigonometry. Lessons include: the Law of Cosines, Trig Identities, Visualizing Inverse Trig Functions, Polar Graphs of Trig expressions and more. These lessons were designed by Gregory Moore of Orange Coast College.
This set of Maple lessons is designed for Precalculus. Lessons include: Long Division of Polynomials, the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra, Roots of Complex Numbers, Conics Sections, and more. Gregory Moore of Orange Coast College developed these lessons    The MathClass package provides Maple functions and techniques for constructing textbook-quality mathematical diagrams. Professors Paul Eakin, Carl Eberhart, and K.K. Kubota developed this course as part of a National Science Foundation CCLI curriculum development project at the University of Kentucky. This complete set of Maple lessons for 1st semester calculus covers topics such as differentiation rules, max and min problems, the mean value theorem, Riemann sums, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, and more. The lessons in this course were created by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Department of Mathematics.

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