Last week, GeoGebra has announced the released of the GeoGebra tablet app versions. The versions were only available in Android and Windows 8.
Now, the GeoGebra App for iPad is already available for download. More than 50 GeoGebra tutorials on using the software can be read at the Math and Multimedia GeoGebra page if you are interested to learn. If you want to view the capabilities of GeoGebra, more than 40 thousand applets can also be found at GeoGebraTube.
GeoGebra (www.geogebra.org) is free dynamic mathematics software for all levels of education that brings together geometry, algebra, spreadsheets, graphing, statistics and calculus in one easy-to-use package. Interactive learning, teaching and evaluation resources created with GeoGebra can be shared and used by everyone at www.geogebratube.org
To all GeGebra fans out there, it is time to celebrate! The International GeoGebra Institute has currently released GeoGebra tablet apps for three major platforms. This includes the GeoGebra tablet apps for iPad, Android, and Windows 8. As of this writing, these versions, except the iPad version, can now be downloaded at the GeoGebra download page.
According to the Official GeoGebra blog, the new tablet apps have the following key features:
- Integrate GeoGebraTube Search
- Worksheet View
- Graphics and Algebra View
- Touch-optimized Toolbar and Stylebar
- Powerful Input Bar
- Fully compatible with Desktop versions
For questions and suggestions, please visit the GeoGebra Tablet App forum. In addition, the International GeoGebra Institute is currently working on the upcoming version of GeoGebra which is GeoGebra 4.4.
GeoGebra is an amazing free dynamic mathematics software. You can download it at GeoGebra’s official webpage and learn how to use it at Math and Multimedia’s GeoGebra page. It contains more than 50 GeoGebra Tutorials from basic to advanced.
Image Credit: GeoGebra Blog
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.
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