Enter Expressions in Maple Worksheets
The following assumes that the Input display option is set to Maple Notation (that is, 1-D math) in the Display tab of the Options dialog. For details, see Options>Display.
For information on using 2-D math mode in worksheets, see 2-D Math.
For information on using palettes to enter expressions and symbols, see Overview of Palettes.
Entering Expressions as Maple InputExamples of Maple FunctionsExamples of Maple Objects
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Enter Maple commands at the Maple prompt. Maple recognizes your entry as Maple input and executes the command.
Enter the Maple input, followed by either a semicolon, no punctuation, or a colon.
Press the Enter key.
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As you develop your worksheet, you can use inert Maple commands to help identify each step of the problem-solving process or to delay evaluation.
Active and Inert Functions
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Maple functions include most standard mathematical functions such as sin, sinh, arcsin, exp, ln, sqrt, and binomial.
Index of Maple Functions
More advanced Maple functions include the differential operator, the sequence function, and the composition function.
Examples of Advanced Maple Functions
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Maple objects include expression sequences, lists, and sets.
Examples of Maple Objects
See Also2-D MathCommand CompletionDocument ModeEntering Commands in 2-D MathOptions>DisplayOverview of Palettes