We enjoyed creating a two dimensional heart graph and three dimensional heart graph using the Google search engine, but we can also construct a GeoGebra heart graph. In this post, we learn how to create a heart graph using GeoGebra. The equation of this graph is a lot simpler compared to the first two (well, because it is in factored form).
How to Construct a GeoGebra Heart Graph
Open GeoGebra. You might want to display the Axes by pressing Graphics at the upper right of the Graphics view and then choosing the Axes icon.
In the Input Bar, type (x^2 + y^2 – 1)^3 – x^2y^3 = 0 and the press the Enter key on your keyboard. The equation you typed is equivalent to » Read more
Freemake is one of the best free downloadable video converters that I have explored recently. In this post, I am going to post a short tutorial on how to convert videos from one format to another in just 5 steps.
This will be useful to teachers who use videos and screencasts in teaching mathematics as well as other subjects. Note also that aside from video to video conversion, Freemake can also convert videos to audio format (e.g. MKV to MP3). » Read more
Google Form is a free tool that can be used to collect information, give quizzes, or perform online surveys. In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to use Google Form in creating a simple survey. In this survey, we are going to ask for students who are interested to attend and Advanced Calculus Class to fill out the form. The only information needed are their full name and their course. The final output of this tutorial is this live form.
Steps in Creating a Google Form Survey
1. Login to your Gmail account and select Drive from the top menu to display the Google Drive page (or you can directly go to Google Drive).
2. On the left side of the page, click the CREATE button and then select Form from the list to display the Choose title and theme dialog box. » Read more