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Sumzle joins the Maplesoft family!
https://www.mapleprimes.com/maplesoftblog/217546-Sumzle-Joins-The-Maplesoft-Family?ref=Feed:MaplePrimes:Maplesoft%20Blog
<p>Today is a very exciting day at Maplesoft! Yesterday, we released Sumzle on the Maple Calculator app. Of course, this might not mean anything to you yet, because, well, what is Sumzle? Don’t worry, we know you’re asking. So, without waiting any longer, let’s take a look.</p>
<p>Sumzle is a math game, inspired by the Wordle craze, where you attempt to guess an equation. Each guess:</p>
<ul>
<li>Must include an equal sign</li>
<li>Must include up to two operators</li>
<li><strong>May </strong>include a blank column</li>
</ul>
<p>Sumzle’s interface looks like this:</p>
<p><img src="/ViewTemp.ashx?f=1367026_1653068823/Screenshot_20220520-094446_Maple_Calculator.jpg"></p>
<p>After each guess, the tile’s colors change to reflect how correct the guess was. Green means that the tile is in the right spot, yellow means the tile is in the equation but the wrong spot, and grey means that it is not in the equation. Let me show you the progression of a game, on the Fun difficulty.</p>
<p><img src="/ViewTemp.ashx?f=1367026_1653068823/Screenshot_20220520-094515_Maple_Calculator.jpg"><img src="/ViewTemp.ashx?f=1367026_1653068823/Screenshot_20220520-094606_Maple_Calculator.jpg"></p>
<p>Sumzle can be played once a day on the free tier. For unlimited games, you can subscribe to Maple Calculator Premium or ask your friends to challenge you!</p>
<p> </p>
<p>Math games are for everyone, and Sumzle has three levels of difficulty. Are you interested in the history of Sumzle? I sure am!</p>
<p>Sumzle was originally designed by Marek Krzeminski, a MapleSim developer. He had called it Mathie and showed the game to his colleagues here at Maplesoft. Well, we loved it!</p>
<p>After a few months of discussion and development, we tweaked the game to create Sumzle. Honestly, the hardest part was naming the game! We had so many great suggestions, such as Mathstermind and Addle. Eventually, we put it to a vote, and Sumzle rose above the rest.</p>
<p>We hope you enjoy the game, because Math not only matters, but is fun. Don’t forget to update your Maple Calculator app in order to receive that game, as otherwise you won’t be able to find it. Next time you need a break, we <a href="https://calculator.maplesoft.com/VI0PvxPlaqb">challenge you to a game of Sumzle</a>!</p>
<p>Today is a very exciting day at Maplesoft! Yesterday, we released Sumzle on the Maple Calculator app. Of course, this might not mean anything to you yet, because, well, what is Sumzle? Don’t worry, we know you’re asking. So, without waiting any longer, let’s take a look.</p>
<p>Sumzle is a math game, inspired by the Wordle craze, where you attempt to guess an equation. Each guess:</p>
<ul>
<li>Must include an equal sign</li>
<li>Must include up to two operators</li>
<li><strong>May </strong>include a blank column</li>
</ul>
<p>Sumzle’s interface looks like this:</p>
<p><img src="/ViewTemp.ashx?f=1367026_1653068823/Screenshot_20220520-094446_Maple_Calculator.jpg"></p>
<p>After each guess, the tile’s colors change to reflect how correct the guess was. Green means that the tile is in the right spot, yellow means the tile is in the equation but the wrong spot, and grey means that it is not in the equation. Let me show you the progression of a game, on the Fun difficulty.</p>
<p><img src="/ViewTemp.ashx?f=1367026_1653068823/Screenshot_20220520-094515_Maple_Calculator.jpg"><img src="/ViewTemp.ashx?f=1367026_1653068823/Screenshot_20220520-094606_Maple_Calculator.jpg"></p>
<p>Sumzle can be played once a day on the free tier. For unlimited games, you can subscribe to Maple Calculator Premium or ask your friends to challenge you!</p>
<p> </p>
<p>Math games are for everyone, and Sumzle has three levels of difficulty. Are you interested in the history of Sumzle? I sure am!</p>
<p>Sumzle was originally designed by Marek Krzeminski, a MapleSim developer. He had called it Mathie and showed the game to his colleagues here at Maplesoft. Well, we loved it!</p>
<p>After a few months of discussion and development, we tweaked the game to create Sumzle. Honestly, the hardest part was naming the game! We had so many great suggestions, such as Mathstermind and Addle. Eventually, we put it to a vote, and Sumzle rose above the rest.</p>
<p>We hope you enjoy the game, because Math not only matters, but is fun. Don’t forget to update your Maple Calculator app in order to receive that game, as otherwise you won’t be able to find it. Next time you need a break, we <a href="https://calculator.maplesoft.com/VI0PvxPlaqb">challenge you to a game of Sumzle</a>!</p>
217546Fri, 20 May 2022 17:53:21 ZScripting Maple Learn Documents
https://www.mapleprimes.com/maplesoftblog/217468-Scripting-Maple-Learn-Documents?ref=Feed:MaplePrimes:Maplesoft%20Blog
<p>Have you ever wanted to create practice problems and quizzes that use buttons and other features to support a student making their way to an answer, such as the following?</p>
<ul>
<li><a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/quiz-is-this-a-function-222i67bx5g">Is this a function?</a></li>
<li><a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/total-mass-practice-quiz-1-4nsap7ldax">Total Mass practice quiz</a></li>
<li><a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/vector-operations-quiz-x69fredish">Vector Operations quiz</a></li>
<li><a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/matrix-eigenvalue-steps-uoagaoi5m0">Steps Document – Matrix Eigenvalues</a></li>
</ul>
<p>Let’s take a look at how you can use Maple 2022 to create documents like these that can be deployed in Maple Learn. I know I’ve always wanted to learn, so let’s learn together. All examples have a document that you can use to follow along, found <a href="https://maple.cloud/app/5929739014635520/Maple+Learn+Scripting+Example?key=96C20930E30D45DB97F43B172D5394DE86D6E97F542A413AAE9DF1806CE4973D">here</a>, in Maple Cloud. </p>
<p>The most important command you’ll want to take a look at is ShareCanvas. This command generates a Maple Learn document. Make sure to remember that command, instead of ShowCanvas, so that the end result gives you a link to a document instead of showing the results in Maple. You’ll also want to make sure you load the DocumentTools:-Canvas subpackage using with(DocumentTools:- Canvas).</p>
<p>If you take a look at our first example, below, the code may seem intimidating. However, let’s break it down, I promise it makes sense!</p>
<pre class="prettyprint">
with(DocumentTools:-Canvas);
cv := NewCanvas([Text("Volume of Revolution", fontsize = 24), "This solid of revolution is created by rotating", f(x) = cos(x) + 1, Text("about the y=0 axis on the interval %1", 0 <= x and x <= 4*Pi), Plot3D("Student:-Calculus1:-VolumeOfRevolution(cos(x) + 1, x = 0 .. 4*Pi, output = plot, caption=``)")]);
ShareCanvas(cv);
</pre>
<p>The key command is Plot3D. This plots the desired graph and places it into a Maple Learn document. The code around it places text and a math group containing the equation being graphed. </p>
<p><img src="/view.aspx?sf=217468_post/3D_plot.PNG"><br>
Let’s take a look at IntPractice now. The next example allows a student to practice evaluating an integral.</p>
<pre class="prettyprint">
with(Grading):
IntPractice(Int(x*sin(x), x, 'output'='link'));
</pre>
<p> This command allows you to enter an integral and the variable of integration, and then evaluates each step a student enters on their way to finding a result. The feedback given on every line is incredibly useful. Not only will it tell you if your steps are right, but will let you know if your last line is correct, i.e if the answer is correct.</p>
<p>Finally, let’s talk about SolvePractice.</p>
<pre class="prettyprint">
with(Grading):
SolvePractice(2*x + 3 = 6*x - 9, 'output' = 'link');
</pre>
<p>This command takes an equation, and evaluates it for the specified variable. Like the IntPractice command, this command will check your steps and provide feedback. The image below shows how this command looks in Maple 2022.</p>
<p><img src="/view.aspx?sf=217468_post/Capture.PNG"></p>
<p>These commands are the stepping stones for creating practice questions in Maple Learn. We can do so much more in Maple 2022 scripting than I realized, so let’s continue to learn together!</p>
<p>Some other examples of scripted documents in the Maple Learn Document Gallery are our <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/c/maplesoft/maple-learn-steps-documents-ap72s5k3od/">steps documents</a>, this document on the <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/four-color-theorem-visualization-bmbq60ivjt">Four Color Visualization Theorem</a>, and a <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/color-by-number-easter-7k4t8mfssq">color by numbers</a>. As you can see, there’s a lot that can be done with Maple Scripting.</p>
<p> Let us know in the comments if you’d like to see more on Maple 2022 scripting and Maple Learn.</p>
<p>Have you ever wanted to create practice problems and quizzes that use buttons and other features to support a student making their way to an answer, such as the following?</p>
<ul>
<li><a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/quiz-is-this-a-function-222i67bx5g">Is this a function?</a></li>
<li><a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/total-mass-practice-quiz-1-4nsap7ldax">Total Mass practice quiz</a></li>
<li><a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/vector-operations-quiz-x69fredish">Vector Operations quiz</a></li>
<li><a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/matrix-eigenvalue-steps-uoagaoi5m0">Steps Document – Matrix Eigenvalues</a></li>
</ul>
<p>Let’s take a look at how you can use Maple 2022 to create documents like these that can be deployed in Maple Learn. I know I’ve always wanted to learn, so let’s learn together. All examples have a document that you can use to follow along, found <a href="https://maple.cloud/app/5929739014635520/Maple+Learn+Scripting+Example?key=96C20930E30D45DB97F43B172D5394DE86D6E97F542A413AAE9DF1806CE4973D">here</a>, in Maple Cloud. </p>
<p>The most important command you’ll want to take a look at is ShareCanvas. This command generates a Maple Learn document. Make sure to remember that command, instead of ShowCanvas, so that the end result gives you a link to a document instead of showing the results in Maple. You’ll also want to make sure you load the DocumentTools:-Canvas subpackage using with(DocumentTools:- Canvas).</p>
<p>If you take a look at our first example, below, the code may seem intimidating. However, let’s break it down, I promise it makes sense!</p>
<pre class="prettyprint">
with(DocumentTools:-Canvas);
cv := NewCanvas([Text("Volume of Revolution", fontsize = 24), "This solid of revolution is created by rotating", f(x) = cos(x) + 1, Text("about the y=0 axis on the interval %1", 0 <= x and x <= 4*Pi), Plot3D("Student:-Calculus1:-VolumeOfRevolution(cos(x) + 1, x = 0 .. 4*Pi, output = plot, caption=``)")]);
ShareCanvas(cv);
</pre>
<p>The key command is Plot3D. This plots the desired graph and places it into a Maple Learn document. The code around it places text and a math group containing the equation being graphed. </p>
<p><img src="/view.aspx?sf=217468_post/3D_plot.PNG"><br>
Let’s take a look at IntPractice now. The next example allows a student to practice evaluating an integral.</p>
<pre class="prettyprint">
with(Grading):
IntPractice(Int(x*sin(x), x, 'output'='link'));
</pre>
<p> This command allows you to enter an integral and the variable of integration, and then evaluates each step a student enters on their way to finding a result. The feedback given on every line is incredibly useful. Not only will it tell you if your steps are right, but will let you know if your last line is correct, i.e if the answer is correct.</p>
<p>Finally, let’s talk about SolvePractice.</p>
<pre class="prettyprint">
with(Grading):
SolvePractice(2*x + 3 = 6*x - 9, 'output' = 'link');
</pre>
<p>This command takes an equation, and evaluates it for the specified variable. Like the IntPractice command, this command will check your steps and provide feedback. The image below shows how this command looks in Maple 2022.</p>
<p><img src="/view.aspx?sf=217468_post/Capture.PNG"></p>
<p>These commands are the stepping stones for creating practice questions in Maple Learn. We can do so much more in Maple 2022 scripting than I realized, so let’s continue to learn together!</p>
<p>Some other examples of scripted documents in the Maple Learn Document Gallery are our <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/c/maplesoft/maple-learn-steps-documents-ap72s5k3od/">steps documents</a>, this document on the <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/four-color-theorem-visualization-bmbq60ivjt">Four Color Visualization Theorem</a>, and a <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/color-by-number-easter-7k4t8mfssq">color by numbers</a>. As you can see, there’s a lot that can be done with Maple Scripting.</p>
<p> Let us know in the comments if you’d like to see more on Maple 2022 scripting and Maple Learn.</p>
217468Wed, 11 May 2022 13:44:17 ZMaple Flow 2022 Takes Off!
https://www.mapleprimes.com/maplesoftblog/217350-Maple-Flow-2022-Takes-Off?ref=Feed:MaplePrimes:Maplesoft%20Blog
<p><img src="/view.aspx?sf=217350_post/Flow-LaunchBlogPost-2022.jpg"></p>
<p>We’ve just released Maple Flow 2022!</p>
<p>The name of the product – Flow - references a psychological concept known as the <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flow_(psychology)">flow state</a>. You might know it as <em>being in the zone</em>. That’s when you’re so immersed in your present task that outside distractions melt away, your problem solving skills are firing on all four cylinders, and feel-good neurochemicals flood your brain.</p>
<p>Maple Flow supports a mathematical flow state through a simple design that productively guides the loosely structured and somewhat haphazard way that most people work.</p>
<p>Since Maple Flow's release a year ago, we've regularly added new features through updates, and we're commited to maintaining that momentum. These updates are driven by user feedback, so keep sending your comments and requests my way.</p>
<p>Here’s what we have lined up for you in Flow 2022.</p>
<p>Flow 2022 features a new in-product help system - see it in action here:</p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><iframe allowfullscreen="" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/TXuVGBV9X9I" width="560"></iframe></p>
<p>In addition to copying & pasting equations and expressions from a help page, you can open entire help pages as worksheets. The nature of Flow means that the help pages have a certain immediacy that becomes very tangible once you start working with them.</p>
<p>You can change the background colour of containers to highlight important results or draw the reader's attention to specific groups of containers.</p>
<p><img src="/view.aspx?sf=217350_post/background_col.png"></p>
<p>Prior versions of Flow were a toolbox that needed to be installed on top of Maple.</p>
<p>Now, Flow 2022 is completely standalone, and does not require an existing installation of Maple.This makes managing an installation of Flow far simpler.</p>
<p>A new options menu let you specify how you want worksheet hyperlinks to open – in the same application window, or in a new application window.</p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><img src="/view.aspx?sf=217350_post/options.png"></p>
<p>We've also made many other quality-of-life changes to Flow. Head on over to the <a href="https://www.maplesoft.com/products/mapleflow/">Maple Flow website</a> to learn more or download an evaluation.</p>
<p><img src="/view.aspx?sf=217350_post/Flow-LaunchBlogPost-2022.jpg"></p>
<p>We’ve just released Maple Flow 2022!</p>
<p>The name of the product – Flow - references a psychological concept known as the <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flow_(psychology)">flow state</a>. You might know it as <em>being in the zone</em>. That’s when you’re so immersed in your present task that outside distractions melt away, your problem solving skills are firing on all four cylinders, and feel-good neurochemicals flood your brain.</p>
<p>Maple Flow supports a mathematical flow state through a simple design that productively guides the loosely structured and somewhat haphazard way that most people work.</p>
<p>Since Maple Flow's release a year ago, we've regularly added new features through updates, and we're commited to maintaining that momentum. These updates are driven by user feedback, so keep sending your comments and requests my way.</p>
<p>Here’s what we have lined up for you in Flow 2022.</p>
<p>Flow 2022 features a new in-product help system - see it in action here:</p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><iframe allowfullscreen="" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/TXuVGBV9X9I" width="560"></iframe></p>
<p>In addition to copying & pasting equations and expressions from a help page, you can open entire help pages as worksheets. The nature of Flow means that the help pages have a certain immediacy that becomes very tangible once you start working with them.</p>
<p>You can change the background colour of containers to highlight important results or draw the reader's attention to specific groups of containers.</p>
<p><img src="/view.aspx?sf=217350_post/background_col.png"></p>
<p>Prior versions of Flow were a toolbox that needed to be installed on top of Maple.</p>
<p>Now, Flow 2022 is completely standalone, and does not require an existing installation of Maple.This makes managing an installation of Flow far simpler.</p>
<p>A new options menu let you specify how you want worksheet hyperlinks to open – in the same application window, or in a new application window.</p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><img src="/view.aspx?sf=217350_post/options.png"></p>
<p>We've also made many other quality-of-life changes to Flow. Head on over to the <a href="https://www.maplesoft.com/products/mapleflow/">Maple Flow website</a> to learn more or download an evaluation.</p>
217350Tue, 26 Apr 2022 20:03:20 ZSamir KhanSamir KhanMaple Learn Spotlight: Nonograms and Games!
https://www.mapleprimes.com/maplesoftblog/217318-Maple-Learn-Spotlight-Nonograms-And-Games?ref=Feed:MaplePrimes:Maplesoft%20Blog
<p>If you do as much math as I do, you’ll likely agree that it’s important to take breaks from intensive work. However, sometimes one wants to keep one’s mind stimulated with math. This makes mathematical puzzles and games a perfect respite. Alternatively, even if you don’t do as much math professionally, math puzzles are a fun and easily-accessible way to keep your mind sharp. Games like sudoku and Rubik’s cubes are incredibly popular for good reason.</p>
<p>My personal favourite math puzzle is the <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/c/maplesoft/games-f919ygbfyd/nonograms-gb9ipfavpu">nonogram</a>, sometimes called hanjie, picross, or picture cross. The game presents players with a blank grid of squares and clues indicating which ones should be colored in. When the puzzle is solved, the colored squares depict a simple image. You can read more thorough instructions <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/nonograms-how-to-play-zvs7as8n06">here</a>.</p>
<p> </p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><b><img height="229" src="https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/Ss-O10phLNhShyoqqadkNtgVdFnMsFoim5Bw6OoRjr3Ew_PhJxmT_homXWcw4tMuwFLAn1rG44cFbnGNir1kZ15WndbM7rr_IcRIcAjTBKZct4EgD_S_24uYpqeJDVOTLfZwS308" width="230"><img height="230" src="https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/KFPq-vym3hTOJHFS7BTdsvYEdHx3A1D9DOD6AiJc3n5e1t9EK1dMVnh3v72a_6B4VpqQtl3BJ9mQjiiKXe2PUX_X8D5gPQ-Z6Hyse-qJwHwkvz6U5WW0VLR6AlvHfbJfMmYCVy67" width="231"></b></p>
<p><br>
<a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/c/maplesoft/games-f919ygbfyd/nonograms-gb9ipfavpu">Nonograms</a> are now available in Maple Learn! These documents are coded using Maple scripts which can be viewed online in Maple Learn. The document collection has pre-made puzzles and randomly-generated puzzles, and now you can create your own! Use <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/custom-nonogram-generator-wkoafqsh3u">this document</a> to create an image, and follow the instructions therein to generate the interactive puzzle. Once you’ve created your own Maple Learn nonogram, use the sharelink to send it to friends! Also keep your eye on the entire <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/c/maplesoft/games-f919ygbfyd">Maple Learn games collection</a> for more in the future!</p>
<p>If you do as much math as I do, you’ll likely agree that it’s important to take breaks from intensive work. However, sometimes one wants to keep one’s mind stimulated with math. This makes mathematical puzzles and games a perfect respite. Alternatively, even if you don’t do as much math professionally, math puzzles are a fun and easily-accessible way to keep your mind sharp. Games like sudoku and Rubik’s cubes are incredibly popular for good reason.</p>
<p>My personal favourite math puzzle is the <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/c/maplesoft/games-f919ygbfyd/nonograms-gb9ipfavpu">nonogram</a>, sometimes called hanjie, picross, or picture cross. The game presents players with a blank grid of squares and clues indicating which ones should be colored in. When the puzzle is solved, the colored squares depict a simple image. You can read more thorough instructions <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/nonograms-how-to-play-zvs7as8n06">here</a>.</p>
<p> </p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><b><img height="229" src="https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/Ss-O10phLNhShyoqqadkNtgVdFnMsFoim5Bw6OoRjr3Ew_PhJxmT_homXWcw4tMuwFLAn1rG44cFbnGNir1kZ15WndbM7rr_IcRIcAjTBKZct4EgD_S_24uYpqeJDVOTLfZwS308" width="230"><img height="230" src="https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/KFPq-vym3hTOJHFS7BTdsvYEdHx3A1D9DOD6AiJc3n5e1t9EK1dMVnh3v72a_6B4VpqQtl3BJ9mQjiiKXe2PUX_X8D5gPQ-Z6Hyse-qJwHwkvz6U5WW0VLR6AlvHfbJfMmYCVy67" width="231"></b></p>
<p><br>
<a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/c/maplesoft/games-f919ygbfyd/nonograms-gb9ipfavpu">Nonograms</a> are now available in Maple Learn! These documents are coded using Maple scripts which can be viewed online in Maple Learn. The document collection has pre-made puzzles and randomly-generated puzzles, and now you can create your own! Use <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/custom-nonogram-generator-wkoafqsh3u">this document</a> to create an image, and follow the instructions therein to generate the interactive puzzle. Once you’ve created your own Maple Learn nonogram, use the sharelink to send it to friends! Also keep your eye on the entire <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/c/maplesoft/games-f919ygbfyd">Maple Learn games collection</a> for more in the future!</p>
217318Fri, 22 Apr 2022 13:16:57 ZMises à jour de Maple Learn - Combinaisons
https://www.mapleprimes.com/maplesoftblog/217228-Mises--Jour-De-Maple-Learn--Combinaisons?ref=Feed:MaplePrimes:Maplesoft%20Blog
<p>Bon vendredi à tous! Je suis de retour avec un autre article de mise à jour détaillant les nouveautés que nous avons apportés à Maple Learn cette semaine. Bonne lecture!</p>
<p>Tout d'abord, nous avons ajouté des permutations et des combinaisons, ainsi que la notation binomiale, à Maple Learn ! Gardez l’œil à l’affût des documents utilisant ces nouvelles fonctionnalités et consultez nos exemples <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/combinations-3mcy2tj7sm">ici</a> et <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/permutations-k5sk0chtou">ici</a>. Les opérations se trouvent dans la palette des fonctions. Nous espérons que cela permettra de rendre votre création de document avec Maple Learn encore plus agréable !</p>
<p>Nous avons également mis à jour la syntaxe des graphiques paramétriques pour utiliser l'opérateur tel que. Veuillez consulter notre page d’instruction pour plus de détails (<a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/parametric-functions-and-plots-jwjvkoulym">ici</a>). Remplacez simplement la virgule de l'ancienne syntaxe par le |. À partir de là, placez vos restrictions et le tour est joué ! Un graphique paramétrique utilisant l'opérateur tel que.</p>
<p>Enfin, quelques changements mineurs à Maple Learn. Nous avons ajusté la taille de police par défaut à une police de taille 20. De plus, nous avons fait en sorte qu'il remplace automatiquement <= ou >= par le symbole ≤ ou ≥.</p>
<p>J'espère que ces nouvelles fonctionnalités sont tout aussi intéressantes pour vous qu'elles le sont pour moi ! Faites-nous savoir ce que vous pensez dans les commentaires ci-dessous.</p>
<p>Bon vendredi à tous! Je suis de retour avec un autre article de mise à jour détaillant les nouveautés que nous avons apportés à Maple Learn cette semaine. Bonne lecture!</p>
<p>Tout d'abord, nous avons ajouté des permutations et des combinaisons, ainsi que la notation binomiale, à Maple Learn ! Gardez l’œil à l’affût des documents utilisant ces nouvelles fonctionnalités et consultez nos exemples <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/combinations-3mcy2tj7sm">ici</a> et <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/permutations-k5sk0chtou">ici</a>. Les opérations se trouvent dans la palette des fonctions. Nous espérons que cela permettra de rendre votre création de document avec Maple Learn encore plus agréable !</p>
<p>Nous avons également mis à jour la syntaxe des graphiques paramétriques pour utiliser l'opérateur tel que. Veuillez consulter notre page d’instruction pour plus de détails (<a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/parametric-functions-and-plots-jwjvkoulym">ici</a>). Remplacez simplement la virgule de l'ancienne syntaxe par le |. À partir de là, placez vos restrictions et le tour est joué ! Un graphique paramétrique utilisant l'opérateur tel que.</p>
<p>Enfin, quelques changements mineurs à Maple Learn. Nous avons ajusté la taille de police par défaut à une police de taille 20. De plus, nous avons fait en sorte qu'il remplace automatiquement <= ou >= par le symbole ≤ ou ≥.</p>
<p>J'espère que ces nouvelles fonctionnalités sont tout aussi intéressantes pour vous qu'elles le sont pour moi ! Faites-nous savoir ce que vous pensez dans les commentaires ci-dessous.</p>
217228Fri, 08 Apr 2022 14:31:45 ZMaple Learn Combinations Update
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<p>Happy Friday everyone! I’m back with another update post detailing the new changes we’ve made to Maple Learn this week. Just keep reading, and we’ll get right into them.</p>
<p>First, we’ve added permutations and combinations, along with binomial notation, to Maple Learn! Keep an eye out for documents using these new features, and check out our examples <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/combinations-3mcy2tj7sm">here</a> and <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/permutations-k5sk0chtou">here</a>. The operations can be found in the functions palette. We hope that this allows even more fun with documents on Maple Learn!</p>
<p>We’ve also updated the syntax for parametric plots to use the such that operator. Please see our how-to page for more detail (<a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/parametric-functions-and-plots-jwjvkoulym">here</a>). Simply replace the comma from the old syntax with the |. From there, place your restrictions, and voila! A parametric plot using the such that operator.</p>
<p>Finally, some minor changes to Maple Learn. We’ve adjusted the default font size to 20 point font. As well, we’ve made it automatically change <= or >= to the ≤ or ≥ symbol.</p>
<p>I hope these new features are just as exciting to you as they are to me! Let us know what you think in the comments below.</p>
<p>Happy Friday everyone! I’m back with another update post detailing the new changes we’ve made to Maple Learn this week. Just keep reading, and we’ll get right into them.</p>
<p>First, we’ve added permutations and combinations, along with binomial notation, to Maple Learn! Keep an eye out for documents using these new features, and check out our examples <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/combinations-3mcy2tj7sm">here</a> and <a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/permutations-k5sk0chtou">here</a>. The operations can be found in the functions palette. We hope that this allows even more fun with documents on Maple Learn!</p>
<p>We’ve also updated the syntax for parametric plots to use the such that operator. Please see our how-to page for more detail (<a href="https://learn.maplesoft.com/doc/parametric-functions-and-plots-jwjvkoulym">here</a>). Simply replace the comma from the old syntax with the |. From there, place your restrictions, and voila! A parametric plot using the such that operator.</p>
<p>Finally, some minor changes to Maple Learn. We’ve adjusted the default font size to 20 point font. As well, we’ve made it automatically change <= or >= to the ≤ or ≥ symbol.</p>
<p>I hope these new features are just as exciting to you as they are to me! Let us know what you think in the comments below.</p>
217227Fri, 08 Apr 2022 14:28:46 Z