Two weeks ago, we have talked about the basics of sets. In this post, we are going to talk about subsets. In mathematics, if and are sets, we say that is a subset of , denoted by , if all elements of are also elements of . The easiest way to illustrate this is through a […]

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# Monthly Archives: September 2011

## The Peanut Math Software Package

If you have enjoyed learning GeoGebra, Compass and Ruler, Geometer’s Sketchpad, and Wolfram Alpha, and other free math software, you might want to check out the Peanut Math Software package from Philip Exeter University. Some software included in the package also include games and puzzles. The package includes the following software: Wingeom – for high-precision geometric constructions […]

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## What are GeoGebraists?

I don’t know if anyone has used the term before, but due to the popularity of GeoGebra, I am inventing a new word: geogebraist. I searched the internet to know if it has been used before, but looks like it has only been used in German which probably has a different meaning. Well, let’s give meaning to […]

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