Matematica con GeoGebra

In this applet, students are led to discover, without words or angle measures, that a 30-60-90 triangle is half an equilateral triangle.  They are also led to discover that the length of the hypotenuse of a 30-60-90 triangle = double the length of its shorter leg, and are prompted to solve for the longer leg in simple radical form.

In this applet, students are led to discover, without words or angle measures, that a 30-60-90 triangle is half an equilateral triangle. They are also led to discover that the length of the hypotenuse of a 30-60-90 triangle = double the length of its shorter leg, and are prompted to solve for the longer leg in simple radical form.

Find out about all the details in the Introductory book (http://www.geogebra.org/book/intro-en.pdf)

Find out about all the details in the Introductory book (http://www.geogebra.org/book/intro-en.pdf)

Find out about all the details in the Introductory book (http://www.geogebra.org/book/intro-en.pdf)

Find out about all the details in the Introductory book (http://www.geogebra.org/book/intro-en.pdf)

The Turtle is back!!!

The Turtle is back!!!

Radians in Unit Circle

Radians in Unit Circle

The figure below is an Arbelos, which means shoemaker's knife in Greek.  The grey circle is the Inscribed Circle of the Arbelos. Drag the blue points. The red circles suggest a way to construct the inscribed circle. How should the inscribed circle be constructed?

The figure below is an Arbelos, which means shoemaker's knife in Greek. The grey circle is the Inscribed Circle of the Arbelos. Drag the blue points. The red circles suggest a way to construct the inscribed circle. How should the inscribed circle be constructed?

GEOGEBRA FOR ALL: DESMOS APPLETS

GEOGEBRA FOR ALL: DESMOS APPLETS

Animation in Desmos

Animation in Desmos

Animatioon 3D in Desmos  (spinning top)

Animatioon 3D in Desmos (spinning top)

GEOGEBRA  FOR ALL: Area of usual figures (a multifiles applet with Geogebra4.25 in html5)

GEOGEBRA FOR ALL: Area of usual figures (a multifiles applet with Geogebra4.25 in html5)

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