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Dr. Robert J. Lopez, Emeritus Professor of Mathematics at the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Indiana, USA, is an award winning educator in mathematics and is the author of several books including Advanced Engineering Mathematics (Addison-Wesley 2001). For over two decades, Dr. Lopez has also been a visionary figure in the introduction of Maplesoft technology into undergraduate education. Dr. Lopez earned his Ph.D. in mathematics from Purdue University, his MS from the University of Missouri - Rolla, and his BA from Marist College. He has held academic appointments at Rose-Hulman (1985-2003), Memorial University of Newfoundland (1973-1985), and the University of Nebraska - Lincoln (1970-1973). His publication and research history includes manuscripts and papers in a variety of pure and applied mathematics topics. He has received numerous awards for outstanding scholarship and teaching.

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On November 22, Joe Riel posted an implicit differentiation problem that caught my attention. It took the manipulations typically learned in an Advanced Calculus course one step further, but the devices learned in such a course could readily be applied. Joe's solution was expressed in terms of exterior...

 

 

This is the Classroom Tips & Techniques article for the May, 2011 Maplesoft Reporter, which, after publication, finds...

Each of my two previous two blog posts (Maple Gems, More Maple Gems) contained five "gems" from my Little Red Book of Maple Magic, a red ring-binder in which I record...

In a recent blog post, I discussed five "gems" in my Little Red Book of Maple Magic, a notebook I use to keep track of the Maple wisdom I glean from interactions with the Maple programmers in the building. Here are five more such "gems" that appeared in a Tips & Techniques column in a recent issue of the ...

 

Update - April 4, 2011: I corrected a typo in Table 2, first column, bottom row.  What was sqrt(6) has been changed to sqrt(5).

 

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