Getting far enough along into math where I'm starting to wish I had something beyond my ti83..(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Any recommendations in reguards to which program I should start with?

I've really no idea where to start, aside from googling "computational software"

What is the foremost program? Mathematica? I figure I'd be best off learning the program I'd most likely encounter in a professional environment.

After searching through job offers related to the math-field, they seem to be pretty open-ended into which program the applicant should have experience with, are the programs pretty much interchangeable? If so I'd be leaning towards Maple to support my fellow Canadians :d

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# Maple Software for mathematics

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