Maple is a general-purpose commercial mathematics
software package. It was first developed in 1981 by the Symbolic Computation
Group at the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
Maple is a very powerful tool for
calculus, algebra, physics, differential equations, and more.
It is a program designed to help you to plot graphs and do
computations, both numeric and symbolic.
Maple combines a programming language with an
interface that allows users to enter mathematics in traditional mathematical
Maple is available for our students on all PCs on the
Campus. You can purchase a licensed copy of the software at