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# Recorded Webinars

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### Introducing Maple 2022 for Education & Research

Length: 38 Minutes
Product: Maple

In this Maple 2022 webinar, you’ll learn about: Advancements in Maple’s mathematical abilities Small but important changes that improve workflow and usability Discover some of the new tools that Maple 2022 has for teaching and learning math and much more!

### Introducing Maple 2022 for Industry

Length: 43 Minutes
Presenter: Samir Khan
Product: Maple

In this Maple 2022 webinar, you’ll learn about: Advancements in Maple’s mathematical abilities Small but important changes that improve workflow and usability Specialized tools for engineers, including enhanced signal processing and much more!

### Smoothing the Path to Understanding for Economics Students with Maple Learn

Length: 38 Minutes
Presenter: Maplesoft
Product: Maple Learn

In economics courses, mathematics is an essential tool, but for many students, the mechanics of working with formulas, creating graphs, and performing calculations becomes a barrier to understanding rather than an aid to enlightenment. Technology can help, but all too often will introduce new proble...

### Evolute of a Space Curve

Length: 50 Minutes
Presenter: Dr. Robert Lopez
Product: Maple

Given a plane curve r(t) , its evolute R(t) is another plane curve defined in one of two ways, either as the locus of the centers of curvature, or as the envelope of the normal lines along r. The curve also generates an infinite family of involutes, curves whose tangents are orthogonal to r. Thus, r...

### Vector Integrals in the Physics:-Vectors Package, Part 2

Length: 50 Minutes
Presenter: Dr. Robert Lopez
Product: Maple

The Physics:-Vectors package now includes updated int and Int commands that implement a collection of "vector integrals." Just what are these vector integrals, and how do they relate to the existing integrals available in calculus and the Student packages of VectorCalculus and MultivariateCalculus? ...

### Vector Integrals in the Physics:-Vectors Package, Part 1

Length: 39 Minutes
Presenter: Dr. Robert Lopez
Product: Maple

The Physics:-Vectors package now includes updated int and Int commands that implement a collection of "vector integrals." Just what are these vector integrals, and how do they relate to the existing integrals available in calculus and the Student packages of VectorCalculus and MultivariateCalculus? ...

### Changing the Face of Mathematics Education

Length: 42 Minutes
Presenter: Maplesoft
Product: Maple Learn

From disruptive advancements in technology to the sudden increase in remote learning and working, how we teach, learn, and do math is evolving rapidly. In response to this shifting landscape, Maplesoft created Maple Learn to help schools amplify their mathematics teaching excellence and provide enga...

### Osculating Plane, Circle, and Sphere for a Space Curve

Length: 41 Minutes
Presenter: Dr. Robert Lopez
Product: Maple

Curvature of a plane curve is defined in an elementary integral calculus course as the magnitude of the rate of change of the angle a tangent makes with the horizontal. Some texts for this course go on to define the osculating circle as the tangent circle whose radius equals the curvature. The cente...

### Least-Squares Estimation of Parameters in ODEs

Length: 27 Minutes
Presenter: Dr. Robert Lopez
Product: Maple

If an initial-value problem or a boundary-value problem should contain parameters that can only be determined from observed data, can Maple solve the least-squares fitting problem that is implied? This webinar provides an affirmative answer. It considers two IVPs and a BVP, each containing two para...

### Green's Functions for Ordinary Differential Equations

Length: 47 Minutes
Presenter: Dr. Robert Lopez
Product: Maple

More than 50 years ago in a graduate course in differential equations, my colleagues and I struggled to understand what a Green's function for an ordinary differential equation really was. Suddenly, someone pointed to a green chalk mark on the blackboard and, with great glee, declared it to be the l...