restart;with(plots):Calc I Maple Lab # 2Due on Friday, March 6 at 5 pm.You may NOT work with a partner on this homework. If you need help, come to my office hours and I will help you with your maple commands. Any collaboration between any two students is strictly prohibited.Name:______Notes and instructions:(a) This assignment is different from the previous assignment. Apart from your Math knowledge and computer skills, you will need your artistic talents as well. This will be the most enjoyable maple assignment in this course.(b) Use your knowledge in Math and Maple to create a coherent picture on the page.(c) I will execute ALL of your commands when I grade your work. Make sure that you test it before you submit.(d) Help save paper. Shrink your graphs moderately before you print (if you need to print the worksheet).(e) Upload your work in moodle.EVERYTHING BELOW MUST BE INCLUDED:It is very important that students know how to do the following things in Maple:(1) Define a function.(2) Plot that function using the plot command (after the function has already been defined).Your assignment MUST contain AT LEAST one defined function that is plotted.(3) Use the implicitplot command for at least one component of your picture.(4) Use AT LEAST THREE DIFFERENT TYPES of relations: linear (non-vertical), exponential, power, polynomial, trigonometric, circles, ellipses, vertical lines, absolute value functions and others.(5) Use AT LEAST THREE TRANSFORMATIONS such as translations (moving left, right, up down), reflections (along the x-axis or the y-axis), and stretching or shrinking (vertical, horizontal or both).In order to plot many different curves together, you will need to use the display command. Here's an example of how to use it:with(plots): # this must be included in order to use "display"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firstplot := plot( ): # the first function -- end with a colonsecondplot := plot( ): # the second function -- end with a colondisplay({firstplot,secondplot},thickness=3,axes=none,scaling=constrained); # You can include as many plots inside the { } as you like.