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I need a tutor for maple 17. Its very hard to program formulas and all even if its an online tutor im willing to pay

Recently, entered a engineering graduate program and will be taking a graduate engineering class in my retirement.  In our Into classes we reviewed engineering math through ODE. In the second class, we performed some numerical methods using MatLab with a small introduction.  My formal Math wass in the 1980s, but now have to fire it up for a Engineering Analysis using Michael Greenberg's Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 2nd which has Maple imbedded code and directions.


What would be my assignment for getting up to speed with using Maple to solve algebraic-symbol-programming problems? For instance, which tutorials in what order, or webinars? i think I once had Fortran 77 and remember zip.


Appreciate any good advice.


Hi, is there any best turorial to learn maple for Mathematics. thanks 


Are you in or near Berkeley, California?

Are you experienced with Maplesoft for academics?

Can you train a student to use it with the tutorials and your own knowledge?

This student is located at University of California, Berkeley and needs an immediate hands on private trainer.

He will be taking Calculus 1A next semester and needs to learn to use this program this summer.

He is a student who uses an eye control computer without the use of his hands and needs this

Some errors in MapleSim Tutorials! While I was working with MapleSim tutorials, I have encountered some problems that the results did not match the answer. I have uploaded the files, that I have worked on, in a zip file to this address ( The problems are as follows:

1. Based on video tutorial on this page (

Hi, I have different parts of calculations, would be better if I use the function procedure.

May I know where I can find tutorials for it please? I have look through the user manual, but not many examples are given.


I would like to be able to look at the maple video tutorials with the MaplePlayer on the Ipad. Hope that this is made possible.

The folks at Grand Valley State University have posted a nice set of Maple tutorial videos on YouTube.  The videos have been designed for students taking 200-level math courses, but they are certainly suitable for anyone who is either new to Maple, or looking for a refresher.



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