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Maple 2021 provides even more tools to help students learn maths

Maplesoft has announced a major new release of its flagship product, Maple, the powerful and easy to use mathematical software. Maple is used by mathematicians, educators, students, engineers, and scientists to analyse, explore, visualise, and solve maths problems. The new release, Maple 2021, includes a large number of enhancements particularly designed to support maths education, including:

  • Three interactive Clickable Calculus Study Guides that help students learn Calculus, Precalculus, and Multivariate Calculus
  • A new package providing tools for teaching and learning differential equations, including helpful visualisations and step-by-step solvers
  • Greater problem solving abilities, with new algorithms and solving techniques for differential equations, integration, abstract algebra, graph theory, physics, quantum chemistry, and other areas of maths, science, and engineering
  • Enhanced performance of frequently used fundamental routines, resulting in faster computations
  • Streamlined workflow when creating and working with documents that involve both calculations and text

Our customers rely on Maple for so many different reasons, from interactive problem solving, to visualising advanced mathematical concepts, creating curriculum materials, developing new algorithms to tackle tough research problems, and more,” says Karishma Punwani, Director of Academic Product Management at Maplesoft. “With Maple 2021, customers get access to a host of improvements across all aspects of the product to enhance their diverse uses of Maple.”

Visit www.maplesoft.com to learn more about Maple 2021.


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