Solving Mathematical Problems with Maple    

Lecturer : Prof. Vladimir Rovenski


Presentation of the textbook:

          V. Rovenski, Geometry of Curves and Surfaces with Maple (GC&SwM)   (find programs and illustrations !)


Requirements of the course and a formula of a final mark, click here

Questions for  the course, click here

Example of  Final Work- 2000 (Questions)

Syllabus of course, 

click here

Shaot kabala:

Sunday (1), 15-16, room 624


Wednesday (4), 16:15 - 17:45, room 565

Final marks  

(they contain bonus

click here.


  1. Rovenski V. Geometry of Curves and Surfaces with MAPLE, Birkhauser. 2000.
  2. Stroeker R. & Kaashoek J. Discovering Mathematica with MAPLE. Birkhauser, 1999. 
  3. Gregor J. & Tišer J. Discovering Mathematics: A Problem-Solving Approach to Mathematical Analysis with MATHEMATICA and MAPLE, Springer, 2011.
  4. Gander W. & Hrebicek J. Solving Problems in Scientific Computing Using MAPLE and MATLAB, Springer, 2004.
  5. Abell M., Braselton J.  Maple by Example, 2005,   click here

Task 1 (deadline XX.04.2016): solve problems from files TourA1a, TourA1b, FuncA2a, FuncA2b, CountA4a, CountA4b, DerivA5a, DerivA5b.

Task 2 (deadline XX.05.2016): solve problems from files VectA6a.mws, VectA6b.mws, MatrA3a.mws, MatrA3b.mws
          investigate 2 functions y=f(x)   and plot graphs.

TASK 3 (deadline 15.06.2016) Solve problems with differential equations: at least 1 from each Section in file: Targil_2_ODEs.pdf

Final project should be submitted before 16:00 on 10 of August 2017
To place printed version of project in Rovenski's mail box.
 To send zip file with files of project (type TZ): by email:

Seminar-meeting for defenses of project: 14 of August, 12:00-13:00, r. 624

Project must include:

1. Title, student name, contents, Main part, References (Bibliography).
2. Main part include:
 text and programs from the book (Chapter) - testing.
 additional problems (level: analysis, differential equations in University)
 and their solutions using Maple.
 modeling with curves and with surfaces in R3.
 Maple programs with comments and explanation of results 
 Figures - not large.

  To obtain zip file with materials click  here