I've been using Maple since 1997 or so.

May 30 2021

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I started using maple around 1995 on the Inverse Symbolic Calculator to discover the MRB constant and got put on this list.

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This is a **list of amateur mathematicians**—people whose primary vocation did not involve mathematics (or any similar discipline) yet made notable, and sometimes important, contributions to the field of mathematics.

- Ahmes (scribe)
- Ashutosh Mukherjee (Lawyer)
- Robert Ammann (programmer and postal worker)
- John Arbuthnot (surgeon and author)
- Jean-Robert Argand (shopkeeper)
- Leon Bankoff (Beverly Hills dentist)
- Rev. Thomas Bayes (Presbyterian minister)
- Andrew Beal (businessman)
- Isaac Beeckman (candlemaker)
- Chester Ittner Bliss (biologist)
- Napoléon Bonaparte (general)
- Mary Everest Boole (homemaker, librarian)
- William Bourne (innkeeper)
- Nathaniel Bowditch (indentured bookkeeper)
- Achille Brocot (clockmaker)
- Harlan J. Brothers (teacher, inventor, and musician)
- Jost Bürgi (clockmaker)
- Marvin Ray Burns (veteran)

I discovered the MRB constant (CMRB) while using Maple. Since then, I've found many formulas related to it, including its integrated analog the MKB constant (MKB). They're both found in Google scholar!

However, I am stuck on proving the following.