I checked Maple, MATLAB and Mathematica websites and found personal/home editions for hobby use like 3D printer, robotics, etc.. and self-study. I now have a few questions for you. Does anyone have any good experiences with them?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Which software support step-by-step solution display like solving or simplifying algebra or calculus formulas each step? That would help refreshing.

I was looking for MapleSim personal edition but Maplesoft website did not mention but just student or professional versions. Does MapleSoft offer MapleSim personal/home edition that MathWorks does?

Thanks!

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