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Stuff that Remaley wrote in class
got scanned and posted here:
Tues 8/25/15 - review of dot- & cross-products (11.3, 11.4)
3-by-3 determinants  (used for doing cross-product)
Thurs 8/27/15 - 11.4, 11.5
Tues 9/1/15 - 11.6, 11.7
Thurs 9/3/15 - 11.7, 11.8, 11.9
Tues 9/8/15 - 12.1
Thurs 9/10/15 - 12.1
Tues 9/15/15 - 12.2
Thurs 9/17/15 - 12.2, 12.3
Tues 9/22/15 - 12.3, 12.4
Thurs 9/24/15 - 12.4, 12.5
Thurs 10/1/15 - 12.5, 12.6
Tues 10/6/15 - 12.6, 12.7
Thurs 10/8/15 - 12.7, 12.8
Tues 10/13/15 - 12.8, 13.1
Thurs 10/15/15 - 13.1
Tues 10/20/15 - 13.2
Thurs 10/22/15 - 13.2, 13.3
Tues 10/27/15 - 13.4
Notes from covering T. Cameron's lecture on 10/27
Thurs 10/29/15 - 13.4, maybe start reviewing
Notes from covering T. Cameron's lecture on 10/29
Tues 11/3/15 - answer questions and review (exam 2 tonight)
Thurs 11/5/15 - 13.6, start 13.5
Tues 11/10/15 - more 13.5
Thurs 11/12/15 - 14.1, 14.5
Tues 11/17/15 - 14.2
Thurs 11/19/15 - 14.2, 14.3
Tues 11/24/15 - Thanksgiving break
Thurs 11/26/15 - Thanksgiving break
Tues 12/1/15 - 14.4, 14.6
Thurs 12/3/15 - 14.6
Tues 12/8/15 - 14.7, 14.8, review/catch-up
Thurs 12/10/15 - review/catch-up

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Example Maple Code:
Note: Maple doesn't know what e is, unless you define it. The function e^x is typed as exp(x).
So you could type e:=exp(1): and then use e^x after that, or just use exp(x) all the time.

Plotting a surface from its equation:
with(plots):
implicitplot3d(x=y^2+z^2,x=0..2,y=-2..2,z=-2..2);

Many options can be used inside the implicitplot3d command to tweek your graph.
Help url: http://www.maplesoft.com/support/help/Maple/view.aspx?path=plots/implicitplot3d

Plotting a space curve with Maple:
with(plots):
spacecurve([t,sin(t),cos(t)],t=0..4*Pi,axes=normal,orientation=[15,75],scaling=constrained);

Help url: http://www.maplesoft.com/support/help/Maple/view.aspx?path=plots/spacecurve

Plotting f(x,y) with Maple:
plot3d(1-x^2,x=-1..1,y=0..1,axes=framed);
Use the view option to constrain the output (z) range:
plot3d(1-x^2,x=-1..1,y=0..1,view=0..2,axes=framed);
Use the orientation option to change the viewpoint:
plot3d(1-x^2,x=-1..1,y=0..1,view=0..2,orientation=[60,30],axes=framed);

(roughly speaking, viewpoint is 60 degrees right of positive x-axis, 30 up from xy plane)
Help url: http://www.maplesoft.com/support/help/Maple/view.aspx?path=plot3d

Plotting contours with Maple:
with(plots):
contourplot(x^2+y^2,x=-2..2,y=-2..2,contours=[0,1,2,3,4],scaling=constrained);

Help url: http://www.maplesoft.com/support/help/Maple/view.aspx?path=plots/contourplot

Plotting a surface and contours, and displaying them together:
with(plots):
b:=contourplot3d(x^2+y^2,x=-2..2,y=-2..2,contours=[0,1,2,3,4],color=black):
display(a,b,orientation=[30,30,0],axes=framed,view=0..4);

Integrating a function with Maple:
f:=x->x*sin(x);
int(f(x),x);
int(f(x),x=1..3);

Doing a double integral (integrating x sin(x+y) over [1,3]x[0,2]):
f:=(x,y)->x*sin(x+y);
int(int(f(x,y),x=1..3),y=0..2);

Plotting a spherical function, rho = f(theta, phi):  rho is called r, theta is called t, phi is called p
r:=(t,p)->1+0.2*cos(6*t);
plot3d(r(t,p),t=0..2*Pi,p=0..Pi,coords=spherical,scaling=constrained,numpoints=5000,orientation=[30,30,0]);

Plotting a field and a curve together: (this is 13.2 #21)
with(plots):
a:=fieldplot([x-y,x*y],x=-2.2..2.2,y=-2.2..2.2,scaling=constrained,arrows=thin,color=red,grid=[23,23],fieldstrength=log):
b:=plot([2*cos(t),2*sin(t),t=0..3*Pi/2],x=-2.2..2.2,y=-2.2..2.2,scaling=constrained,axes=none,color=black):
display(a,b,axes=none);