- How to Use These Pages - A Student's View
- This note was written by Suzanne Cada who was a student in Math 141-142 during 1997-1998.
- How to Use These Pages - An Instructor's View
- This note was written by the author of these notes for his classes.
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and have been tested under version 4.
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- There are a large number of MathView notebooks on this site. These
notebooks were originally constructed using the MathView program from Maple.
Maple sold this program to another company which has renamed the program
LiveMath. The LiveMath plug-in is available from the LiveMath site. Even if you have the MathView plug-in, we
recommend that you upgrade to the LiveMath plug-in. Eventually, we plan to upgrade
each of the MathView notebooks to LiveMath format.
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The IBM TechExplorer plug-in (also known as the IBM TechExplorer Hypermedia Browser) is
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There are two versions: (1) the Introductory Version which is free and (2) the
Professional Version which is not free and can be purchased from the IBM site mentioned
above. We are in the process of modifying our pages so that either version can be used.
For a short time, Maple sold Maple Explorer which contained the professional version of the
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