https://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/api.php?action=feedcontributions&user=Acron&feedformat=atomGeoGebra Manual - User contributions [en]2022-08-18T04:28:23ZUser contributionsMediaWiki 1.35.1https://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:External_tutorials&diff=43441Tutorial:External tutorials2014-11-29T21:50:11Z<p>Acron: </p>
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<div>[[category:Tutorial]]<br />
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This page contains list of links to English GeoGebra tutorials over the Internet. For tutorials in other languages see translations of this page.<br />
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* [http://math4allages.wordpress.com/geogebra/ GeoGebra Step-by-Step Tutorials]. More than 50 step-by-step tutorials Created by Guillermo Bautista in [http://math4allages.wordpress.com Mathematics and Multimedia]<br />
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* [http://webspace.ship.edu/msrenault/tutorial/ A GeoGebra Tutorial] &mdash; Geometric construction, algebra, calculus, using the input bar, exporting to a webpage, and more. All the basics of GeoGebra covered. By Marc Renault.<br />
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* [http://math247.pbwiki.com/GeoGebra GeoGebra resources on math247] &mdash; Materials on algebra, number sense, trigonometry, pre-calculus, calculus and physics with GeoGebra &mdash; [http://geogebrawiki.wikispaces.com/ updated site for math247] <br />
[[es:Tutorial:Tutoriales Externos]]</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Comments:LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas&diff=37655Comments:LaTeX-code for the most common formulas2013-08-03T19:34:52Z<p>Acron: /* Useful Formulas */</p>
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<div>''If you have somewhere a very long formula, please share it with us. This will save time for everybody!'' Just edit this page and paste you code at inside the input-box, if you don't know how to use the wiki-code correctly.<br />
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==How to use the formulas==<br />
Just copy the text from the column '''LaTex Input''' into your text-object input-box. If the formula should be dynamic you need to insert the object instead of the variables that are used here.<br />
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==Preview==<br />
Check how they look in Java (http://www.geogebra.org/student/m33487?mobile=false) and HTML5 (http://www.geogebra.org/student/m33487?mobile=true)<br />
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==Useful Formulas==<br />
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{| class="pretty"<br />
! Usage !! LaTex Input !! LaTex Output<br />
|- <br />
| Square-root symbol<br />
| \sqrt{x}<br />
| <math>\sqrt{x}</math><br />
|- <br />
| Fractions<br />
| \frac{a}{b+c}<br />
| <math>\frac{a}{b+c}</math><br />
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| \left( and \right) for large brackets<br />
| \left( \frac{a}{b} \right) ^{2}<br />
| <math>\left( \frac{a}{b} \right) ^{2}</math><br />
|- <br />
| Use \textcolor for color<br />
| x^{\textcolor{#FF00FF}{2}}<br />
| <br />
|- <br />
| Use \cr for a line break<br />
| x=3 \cr y=2<br />
| <math>\begin{array} x x=3 \\ y=2 \end{array}</math><br />
|- <br />
| Use \text{ } to mix text and expressions<br />
| \text{The quadratic formula is }x = \frac {-b \pm \sqrt {b^2 - 4ac}}{2a}<br />
| <math>\text{The quadratic formula is }x = \frac {-b \pm \sqrt {b^2 - 4ac}}{2a}</math><br />
|- <br />
| Slope for a straight line<br />
| m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}<br />
| <math>m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}</math><br />
|- <br />
| Slope for a straight line (2)<br />
| m= \frac{Δy}{Δx}=\frac{y_A-y_B}{x_A-x_B}<br />
| <math> m= \frac{Δy}{Δx}=\frac{y_A-y_B}{x_A-x_B}</math><br />
|- <br />
| Compound Interest<br />
| Amount = Principal \cdot \left( 1 + \frac {rate}{periods} \right) ^ {time\; \cdot\; periods}<br />
|<math>Amount = Principal \cdot \left( 1 + \frac {rate}{periods} \right) ^ {time\; \cdot\; periods}</math><br />
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| Quadratic Equation<br />
| a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0<br />
| <math>a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0</math><br />
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| Simplified Quadratic Equation<br />
| x^2\; +\; p x\; +\; q\; =\; 0<br />
| <math>x^2\; +\; p x\; +\; q\; =\; 0</math><br />
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| Vertex Form<br />
| f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k<br />
| <math> f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k</math><br />
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| Factored Form<br />
| f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)<br />
| <math>f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)</math><br />
|-<br />
| Quadratic Formula<br />
| x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}<br />
| <math>x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}</math><br />
|-<br />
| Quadratic Formula<br />
| x_{1/2}\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}<br />
| <math>x_{1/2}\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}</math><br />
|-<br />
| Quadratic Formula for Simplified Quadratic Equation<br />
| x_{1/2}\; =\; - \frac{p}{2}{\; \pm\; \sqrt {\left( \frac{p}{2} \right)^2\; -\; q}}<br />
| <math>x_{1/2}\; =\; - \frac{p}{2}{\; \pm\; \sqrt {\left( \frac{p}{2} \right)^2\; -\; q}}</math><br />
|-<br />
| Quadratic Formula for Simplified Quadratic Equation<br />
| x_{1/2}\; =\; - \frac{p}{2}{\; \pm\; \sqrt {\left( \frac{p}{2} \right)^2\; -\; q}}<br />
| <math>x_{1/2}\; =\; - \frac{p}{2}{\; \pm\; \sqrt { \frac{p^2}{4} \; -\; q}}</math><br />
|-<br />
| Cubic Equation<br />
| a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0<br />
| <math>a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0</math><br />
|-<br />
| Basic Trigonometry Forms<br />
| \sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)<br />
| <math>\sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)</math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| f(x)\; =\; a\; \sin\; b\;(x\; -\; h)\; +\; k<br />
| <math>f(x)\; =\; a\; \sin\; b\;(x\; -\; h)\; +\; k</math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; (B x + C) + k<br />
| <math>f(x)\; =\; a\; \sin\; (B x + C) + k</math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| b\;(x\; -\; h)\; = B\; \left( x\; -\; \frac {-C}{B} \right)<br />
| <math>b\;(x\; -\; h)\; = B\; \left( x\; -\; \frac {-C}{B} \right)</math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| h\; = \frac {-C}{B}<br />
| <math>h\; = \frac {-C}{B}</math><br />
|-<br />
| Limit (corrected to work in HTML5 as well as Java)<br />
| \lim_{x \to \infty} \left( \frac{1}{x} \right)<br />
| <math>\lim_{x \to \infty} \left( \frac{1}{x} \right)</math><br />
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| Distance Formula<br />
| \sqrt{(x_1 - x_2)^2 + (y_1 - y_2)^2}<br />
| <math>\sqrt{(x_1 - x_2)^2 + (y_1 - y_2)^2}</math><br />
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| <br />
| <br />
| <math></math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| <br />
| <math></math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| <br />
| <math></math><br />
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|}<br />
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[[es:Código_LaTeX_para_las_fórmulas_más_comunes]]<br />
[[it:Sintassi LaTeX per le formule di uso più comune]]</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:Presentations_with_GeoGebra&diff=26039Tutorial:Presentations with GeoGebra2012-05-18T23:59:15Z<p>Acron: </p>
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<div>Embedding static pictures created by GeoGebra into your presentations is easy. Save your construction as image then insert it into Powerpoint / Impress / LaTeX presentation. The dialog for graphics export is accessible via Export submenu of [[File Menu]] (item [[Image:image-x-generic.png]] Graphics View as Picture (png, eps)….) See [[Creating_Pictures_of_the_Graphics_View]] for details. <br />
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If you want to use dynamic worksheet in your presentation, the situation is more complicated. You have several options:<br />
* have both PDF viewer and GeoGebra open and switch between those using {{KeyCode|Alt+Tab}}<br />
* rely just on GeoGebra worksheets; note that you can insert text into the worksheets using [[Insert Text Tool]].<br />
{{Hint|{{KeyCode|Ctrl+Shift+N}} switches to next GeoGebra window or opens next file in the same folder}}<br />
* use HTML presentation rather than .ppt or .pdf. There are some presentation formats based on HTML (eg [http://meyerweb.com/eric/tools/s5/ S5 slideshow]), but exporting multiple files from GeoGebra as dynamic worksheets with option ''Linked files'' checked may also do.<br />
==Materials List==<br />
* have two or more browsers available<br />
* have a back-up available on USB stick/CD-ROM (computers do crash/break/lost)<br />
* have GeoGebra portable on USB stick/CD-ROM<br />
* have handout available in pdf format for those that prefer to save trees<br />
* I use business cards to list important information like web sites and contact information<br />
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==Generic advice==<br />
* Ideally you have the Internet, for Internet based files, still load all web pages (using a tabbed browser) prior to going into meeting. This will save a lot of time.<br />
* No Internet, I do exactly the same as above, most files will be fine.<br />
* Have all HTML files in one folder on desk top, linked to run from that folder.<br />
* Non-Internet files in one main folder on the desktop.<br />
* If you have GGB files, open all before enter the talk. Do not waste time loading during you talk. Know where everything is by using descriptive file names.<br />
* Follow the K.I.S.S. Rule...Keep It Simple and Short, this way you can allow for questions.<br />
* Practice at least once with all required files, before the meeting.<br />
* Anticipate questions...have possible solution files open you do not plan to use/know where they are<br />
* Have a blank GG window open...be willing to say "I'll have to look that up on the Forum."<br />
* Good luck...enjoy...</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:Presentations_with_GeoGebra&diff=26038Tutorial:Presentations with GeoGebra2012-05-18T23:57:49Z<p>Acron: /* Generic advice */</p>
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<div>Embedding static pictures created by GeoGebra into your presentations is easy. You can save your construction as image and insert it into Powerpoint / Impress / LaTeX presentation. The dialog for graphics export is accessible via Export submenu of [[File Menu]] (item [[Image:image-x-generic.png]] Graphics View as Picture (png, eps)….) See [[Creating_Pictures_of_the_Graphics_View]] for details. <br />
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If you want to use dynamic worksheet in your presentation, the situation is more complicated. You have several options:<br />
* have both PDF viewer and GeoGebra open and switch between those using {{KeyCode|Alt+Tab}}<br />
* rely just on GeoGebra worksheets; note that you can insert text into the worksheets using [[Insert Text Tool]].<br />
{{Hint|{{KeyCode|Ctrl+Shift+N}} switches to next GeoGebra window or opens next file in the same folder}}<br />
* use HTML presentation rather than .ppt or .pdf. There are some presentation formats based on HTML (eg [http://meyerweb.com/eric/tools/s5/ S5 slideshow]), but exporting multiple files from GeoGebra as dynamic worksheets with option ''Linked files'' checked may also do.<br />
==Materials List==<br />
* have two or more browsers available<br />
* have a back-up available on USB stick/CD-ROM (computers do crash/break/lost)<br />
* have GeoGebra portable on USB stick/CD-ROM<br />
* have handout available in pdf format for those that prefer to save trees<br />
* I use business cards to list important information like web sites and contact information<br />
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==Generic advice==<br />
* Ideally you have the Internet, for Internet based files, still load all web pages (using a tabbed browser) prior to going into meeting. This will save a lot of time.<br />
* No Internet, I do exactly the same as above, most files will be fine.<br />
* Have all HTML files in one folder on desk top, linked to run from that folder.<br />
* Non-Internet files in one main folder on the desktop.<br />
* If you have GGB files, open all before enter the talk. Do not waste time loading during you talk. Know where everything is by using descriptive file names.<br />
* Follow the K.I.S.S. Rule...Keep It Simple and Short, this way you can allow for questions.<br />
* Practice at least once with all required files, before the meeting.<br />
* Anticipate questions...have possible solution files open you do not plan to use/know where they are<br />
* Have a blank GG window open...be willing to say "I'll have to look that up on the Forum."<br />
* Good luck...enjoy...</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:New_features_of_Version_4.0&diff=23157Tutorial:New features of Version 4.02011-11-14T00:54:30Z<p>Acron: /* Surface */</p>
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<div>In July 2009, the GeoGebra developers began working on the new version 4.0. Thanks to many new programmers, it has been once again been a huge increase in functionality. The list of new features compared to version 3.2 is overwhelmingly long. This summary page hopes to give you a window to the innovative benefit found in the new version 4.0.<br />
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'''''Do not be put off by the many new features of GeoGebra!''' GeoGebra is still just as easy to operate as before. None of the basic tools and functions have been removed or is replaced by something more complicated. Even if you do not use most of the innovations here, you can safely install the new version and explore new features as you need them.''<br />
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==Many new commands and tools ==<br />
[[File:InputHelpListCommands.PNG| thumb | List command in the input help]] The commands to list would be very time consuming. A summary of the changes, you could list as areas with the greatest growth function:<br />
* Stochastics<br />
* Data Analysis<br />
* Analysis<br />
* Graph-theory<br />
* Operations on sets (in GeoGebra there are''lists'')<br />
* ...<br />
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More important than all these functions, but the new '''list of all usable functions in GeoGebra''', which is now available as a side imposable range (''triangle in the rectangle in the lower right corner click .''). Sorted by topic you will probably find it faster than it was before in the shorter list of case. You get into this field not only the name but also the syntax presented and it is offered a button that leads directly into the manual wiki.<br />
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In the '''Wiki-Manual''' there are also lists, in which the commands are also sorted by topic. The advantage here is that you will sometimes refer to other functions and examples given. Two examples of advanced page in the wiki: <br />
* Check box [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/Check_Box_to_Show_/_Hide_Objects_Tool]<br />
* New Point Tool [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/New_Point_Tool]<br />
Also known as "simple" users can add information to the wiki and provide interesting examples of other colleagues.<br />
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== On the Interface == <br />
A frequently cited criticism GeoGebra 4.0 is: GeoGebra is so "inflated" that is no longer available for younger students. The interface is too complicated, but thanks to extensive programming of the interface. Improvements in Java, have made the appearance of GeoGebra with just one click convert with the Perspectives menu.<br />
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=== Perspectives ===<br />
It possible to make the so-called '''Perspectives''', some of which are already defined as a selection. A perspective is a default for the type and arrangement of the visible portion of view, the tools offered and general settings. So there is a prospect "Elementary Geometry", in which all the tools for simple drawing objects (not stacked) together are available, the only visible sign area and the font is slightly larger.<br />
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Perspectives can create yourself, if not one of the guidelines range. It all views are freely movable and can even outsource the GeoGebra window. None of the views must always be visible and you can therefore use a clean table window.<br />
[[File: Surface Neu.png | thumb | Axles changed up the design bar to a point]] is helpful for the younger artist'''design bar''', which is primarily there to the appearance of objects quickly . change Instead of looking in the extensive properties dialog, you can easily make changes directly accessible via a couple of buttons.<br />
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=== Graphics view ===<br />
The introduction of a '''second graphics window''' has increased GeoGebra's ability to demonstrate/compare similar work with different views. Practical example for separate consideration of function and derivative function, or simply to display text in a window. The mapping to a view of the drawing is done or can be retrofitted in the Properties dialog of the object are changed.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' function derived graphically and use another window to draw inference.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' representation of the unit circle and the trigonometric function depending on the angle<br />
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Even in the character area itself was working on the '''recruitment opportunities at the axes.''' This way you can now limit the axes to represent positive values, or always on the edge of the axes. Besides, you can now also functions as a function of other variables defined as x. Indicate to the already existing possibility a point in polar coordinates, then a polar coordinate grid is available.<br />
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=== Algebra view === <br />
A small yet a very nice improvement in the Algebra View is the display of objects using LaTeX; the user can see, read, and understand functional equations. In addition, Vectors and Matrices are now displayed correctly in the AV.<br />
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== New features for the use of whiteboards or other touch devices ==<br />
As many want to use GeoGebra as a tool for teaching math with interactive whiteboards is understandable. Unfortunately, this has been quite inconvenient and you have had to make do with a few tricks, creation of an applet usually requires a keyboard. Now there are some changes that simplify operation and expand on the whiteboard.<br />
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* The aforementioned '''bar'' design' allows quicker access to object properties. Otherwise it was very awkward to bring up the Properties dialog and change something there.<br />
* Changes to the properties you can save but also by adjusting the '''preferences for objects''' according to your wishes. In the settings, there is now a list of all objects where you almost can advance to adjust settings to look the way you want it.<br />
* A '''virtual keyboard''', which appears whenever you click on an input field (''after'' the keyboard is enabled).<br />
* For smaller pupils and colleagues who have trouble reaching the top is drawing tools, now allows the '''Tools'' strip down' view.<br />
* If you want something you have to sketch in a drawing, now no longer the image into a table GeoGebra software copy and paste. A simple '''pen tool''' allows the drawing by hand. Here, the image is stored as subscribed in GeoGebra.<br />
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'''NOTE:''''' A GeoGebra version for mobile phones or tablet is in the works. If your device has a JavaScript capable browser you can test it by visiting GeoGebra tube. Your browser does your device as a "mobile" before [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra] server, just so no Java support, then the mobile version of GeoGebra used. This works, but some already, but not, for example with files that use scripting or scripting does not work.''<br />
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== Extensions of the spreadsheet == <br />
There are many new functions for the integrated spreadsheet in GeoGebra.<br />
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The first new feature you can detect even if it displays the table and click on one of the cells. So there is now a special'''Table tool bar''', can be found in the tools that you can use in the table. The normal drawing tool bar will reappear when you dialing the algebra or the drawing view.<br />
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The appearance of the table and the display of values in the table can now also be affected. If you click right on the table, it can be in the context menu'''table''options' and select pre-set some properties. Thus, even the lines are rendered invisible. For the table, there is now also a'''design bar''', with one magazine ad, can set the background color, alignment, and borders. The input and correction of longer formulas is facilitated by an input field, as he is known also from other spreadsheet programs will be offered.<br />
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The'''co-sign from view and table''' has been further improved. Even in version 3.2 there was the function'''Trace to Spreadsheet''' now'''values in Table enter''', which was significantly improved. Points and any value (ie about the lengths of lines, angles, or a single coordinate) can now easily enter into the table. Conversely, now also offered tools with which you can generate from the data in the table, drawing objects and other expenses for the sign-view, such as'''table''','''''matrices', etc. to which it some small dialogs for setting options out there.<br />
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Now the very extensive amount of tools'''analysis of data''' is. If you have a list of dates and numbers - they can also be imported from other programs or copied to the table - you can make a variety of types of'''graphical and mathematical analysis''', two or more variables as well as simple statistics such as sum, average, etc.<br />
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== New export opportunities ==<br />
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In addition to the already previously exploitable opportunities for the export of GeoGebra out there are major changes. And also when exporting to HTML page, there are a few improvements.<br />
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[[File: Example export.gif gif | thumb | Exported GIF image]] Thus, besides the creation of complete HTML page, the possibility of '''Exports of applets for wikis, Moodle''' and as a Google Gadget .<br />
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Of interest is the ability to create an animation from a '''animated gif image.''' This one is independent of Java on mobile devices so that usually is not available.<br />
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The biggest innovation in this area is undoubtedly the introduction of a materials database under the name '''GeoGebra'''. You can upload directly from GeoGebra out the worksheet and must not have its own page on the Internet. GeoGebra also offers the possibility of using the files from other members and the organization of all selected worksheets to make them more useful to the students.<br />
:'': Log 'Exercise →''' On [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra], created file upload, copy, and paste it into other file collection.<br />
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YouTube on two video tutorials are available, introduce into the use of GeoGebra.<br />
<center> {{# ev: youtube | 2h_WepPQcc8 | 300}} {{# ev: youtube | CRk_jyZ-MI4 | 300}} </ center><br />
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Simplification of existing functions == ==<br />
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=== Text tool === <br />
In GeoGebra, there is even the possibility to create dynamic text, ie Values from the drawing may be included in the text, so that the text change in the drawing also changed.<br />
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However, the creation of '''dynamic text''' was perceived by many to be complicated, especially if you wanted to link multiple dynamic components. A new Text tool gives you a dialogue that is intended to simplify the entry. Instead of placing shares in quotes and give the individual components with a "+" to link it now a selection box where you can select individual objects. Thus, the selection of a point to the fact that its coordinates are displayed dynamically, and this is reflected by the fact that the name of the item is displayed in a box. Within this box you can make changes, then apply some functions, such as the determination of the x-value of this point.<br />
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Certainly important, the '''Preview''function' is. For the purposes of '''LaTeX''' there is finally a long '''list of templates''', as well as a large number of '''characters.''' Regarding the use of LaTeX, it was started by members of the Forum [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas in the English Wiki Manual] to prepare a list of standard formulas so that you can copy the code simple can.<br />
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=== Slider === <br />
Another small but important change is the fact that sliders have now '''dynamic limits.''' This means that you can use any value in GeoGebra now as a value for the upper or lower limits. Now it is possible, for example, fractions, set the slider to the counter so that he can have a maximum size of the denominator.<br />
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=== Animation ===<br />
Now it was only one possible '''animation with the help of sliders,''' to create then in version 4.0 provides a new opportunity. '''Points to any kind of line''' (line, line, circle, ... and associated routes - this semi-circle + line) were drawn can now be easily animated by a right click you turn on the animation . The animation on the infinitely long line has been designed so that the outward movement is faster.<br />
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=== Positioning of points ===<br />
Every now and again been in demand in the forum, if you do not restrict the movement of a point some way. There were opportunities to work, but it was cumbersome and could hold only one point in a rectangle and a circle. Gliders were only for circles or straight lines.<br />
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With the tool'''Point on Object''' you can now put a point on any face or, if you click on the edge of a surface, let him slide on the edge. The subsequent release or on-(A-) hanging one point was only possible through a redefinition of what was probably too complicated for novice users. You now have the tool'''point of attach / detach.'''<br />
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== Long-missing capabilities for the school ==<br />
Requests in the forum for new features worth it anyway. And so many other requests of the users have been implemented that have been missing for a long time.<br />
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=== Inequalities ===<br />
Finally, inequalities can now be specified and drawn. Not only '''linear''' but also for all types of '''conics.'''<br />
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The presentation included in the drawing window indicates whether < or <=. There is also an inverse representation possible in order to optimize the linear valid range to set them free. Linear inequalities with one variable can be '''intervals''' displayed on the axes in the usual presentation with filled or empty circle.<br />
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Interval data as <math> 3 <x <8 </ math> can now be used in other places where you'd otherwise use an AND operation.<br />
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=== List operations === <br />
Are now available ...<br />
* <Object> <List> ∈ is an element of<br />
* <List> ⊆ <List> is a subset of<br />
* <List> ⊂ <List> is a proper subset of<br />
* <List> \ <List> Determines the difference<br />
<List> * (N) defines the n-th element of the list.<br />
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The first query can return a boolean result variable, so <math> true </ math> or <math> false </ math>. The last two give you a list as a result.<br />
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=== Cut points can be indicated === <br />
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=== Significant new opportunities for functions ===<br />
Determination of ...<br />
* Absolute extrema for functions in the limited interval<br />
* Vertical asymptotes and limits (on the right side, left side)<br />
* ...<br />
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=== Loci of slider ===<br />
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''... needs some text ...''<br />
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== Scripting ==<br />
Under Scripting refers to a type of programming, which, put simply, SOGT sure that will run on a user action into multiple actions GeoGebra. In older versions this was possible only for HTML and JavaScript but knowledgeable in the current version you have installed without the possibility of programming skills in GeoGebra buttons or input lines and link them with a list of commands. You have to learn any new commands, but simply uses the commands as they can be used in the input line.<br />
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Especially for the new scripting commands have been introduced, with which one can influence, for example, the appearance of objects and the canvas.<br />
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== Finally == <br />
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=== Where is the CAS? ===<br />
If you ask this, you have probably heard or read CAS should be incorporated in version 4.0; a CAS window and for some time in the beta version was already available. Beginning in 2011, it was resolved by the developer side to try a new CAS system for GeoGebra. The previously built-MathPiper did not meet all required functionality, and so the use of an external CAS called Maxima was allowed. This allowed users a better tool, although a less than ideal one.<br />
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In 2011, a Java version of Reduce (computer algebra system) [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reduce_%28computer_algebra_system%29], one of the oldest CAS programs (1960) became available, it was converted to Open Source a few years. The integration of MPReduce was begun under the Google Summer of Code; testing proved it to be well integrated. The decision was made to let go all other versions of CAS. Since of the integration process would be incomplete for the release date of version 4.0, the developers took out the CAS view from version 4.0. The CAS version will be published in the next stable release called version 4.2.<br />
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Those interested can test the beta version to 4.2. As usual, they now find a link to a Web Start version in the sub-forum to version 4.2 (near the bottom of the page).<br />
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=== Printed or PDF? ===<br />
If you have this text as PDF or get printed, then you should definitely visit the page on the wiki directly, which is at the address<br />
* Http://wikis.zum.de/geogebra-rlp/Neuerungen_in_GeoGebra_4.0<br />
can be achieved. It is worthwhile, because there you can try some of the functions in the form of small embedded GeoGebra applets or experience, at least in "action". There the gif image is animated really well.<br />
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=== Actually, there are more new features===<br />
This page is certainly a very good overview of the new version 4.0, but there are many little things that were not mentioned here because it would be just too much. Anyone who wants can look around on the following page:<br />
*'''[Http://www.geogebra.org/trac/wiki/4.0 Official list] the most important changes:'''<br />
*'''[Release Notes 4.0 http://www.geogebra.org/en/wiki/index.php/Release_Notes_GeoGebra_4.0 ]''', where all changes are listed.<br />
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=== Where do I now get the version 4.0 from? ===<br />
It's simple: go to the [http://www.geogebra.org side of the GeoGebra project] in the top menu and select'''Download''' on. Appearing on the page you will find a selection of all possible types of use. '''Primary''GeoGebra' way, is a GeoGebra variant in which the perspective is "Elementary Geometry" same used at the beginning.</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:New_features_of_Version_4.0&diff=23155Tutorial:New features of Version 4.02011-11-13T17:46:39Z<p>Acron: /* New export opportunities */</p>
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<div>In July 2009, the GeoGebra developers began working on the new version 4.0. Thanks to many new programmers, it has been once again been a huge increase in functionality. The list of new features compared to version 3.2 is overwhelmingly long. This summary page hopes to give you a window to the innovative benefit found in the new version 4.0.<br />
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'''''Do not be put off by the many new features of GeoGebra!''' GeoGebra is still just as easy to operate as before. None of the basic tools and functions have been removed or is replaced by something more complicated. Even if you do not use most of the innovations here, you can safely install the new version and explore new features as you need them.''<br />
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==Many new commands and tools ==<br />
[[File:InputHelpListCommands.PNG| thumb | List command in the input help]] The commands to list would be very time consuming. A summary of the changes, you could list as areas with the greatest growth function:<br />
* Stochastics<br />
* Data Analysis<br />
* Analysis<br />
* Graph-theory<br />
* Operations on sets (in GeoGebra there are''lists'')<br />
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More important than all these functions, but the new '''list of all usable functions in GeoGebra''', which is now available as a side imposable range (''triangle in the rectangle in the lower right corner click .''). Sorted by topic you will probably find it faster than it was before in the shorter list of case. You get into this field not only the name but also the syntax presented and it is offered a button that leads directly into the manual wiki.<br />
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In the '''Wiki-Manual''' there are also lists, in which the commands are also sorted by topic. The advantage here is that you will sometimes refer to other functions and examples given. Two examples of advanced page in the wiki: <br />
* Check box [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/Check_Box_to_Show_/_Hide_Objects_Tool]<br />
* New Point Tool [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/New_Point_Tool]<br />
Also known as "simple" users can add information to the wiki and provide interesting examples of other colleagues.<br />
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== Surface == <br />
A frequently cited criticism is that GeoGebra to "inflated" by now, and it therefore no longer available for younger students had. So the surface is too complicated. Thanks to an extensive re-programming the surface, which was possible due to a new version of Java, it is now possible, the appearance of GeoGebra with just one click convert.<br />
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=== Perspectives ===<br />
It possible to make the so-called '''Perspectives''', some of which are already defined as a selection. A perspective is a default for the type and arrangement of the visible portion of view, the tools offered and general settings. So there is a prospect "Elementary Geometry", in which all the tools for simple drawing objects (not stacked) together are available, the only visible sign area and the font is slightly larger.<br />
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Perspectives can create yourself, if not one of the guidelines range. It all views are freely movable and can even outsource the GeoGebra window. None of the views must always be visible and you can therefore use a clean table window.<br />
[[File: Surface Neu.png | thumb | Axles changed up the design bar to a point]] is helpful for the younger artist'''design bar''', which is primarily there to the appearance of objects quickly . change Instead of looking in the extensive properties dialog, you can easily make changes directly accessible via a couple of buttons.<br />
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=== Graphics view ===<br />
Very interesting is the introduction of a '''second graphics window''' is. This can be set as different scales in two views. Practical example for separate consideration of function and derivative function, or simply to display text in a window. The mapping to a view of the drawing is done or can be retrofitted in the Properties dialog of the object are changed.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' function derived graphically and use another window to draw inference.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' representation of the unit circle and the trigonometric function depending on the angle<br />
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Even in the character area itself was working on the '''recruitment opportunities at the axles.''' This way you can now limit the axes to represent positive values, or always on the edge of the axes. Besides, you can now also functions as a function of other variables defined as x. Indicate to the already existing possibility a point in polar coordinates, then a polar coordinate grid is available.<br />
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=== Algebra view === <br />
A small yet a very nice improvement in the Algebra View is the display of objects using LaTeX; the user can see, read, and understand functional equations. In addition, Vectors and Matrices are now displayed correctly in the AV.<br />
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== New features for the use of whiteboards or other touch devices ==<br />
As many want to use GeoGebra as a tool for teaching math with interactive whiteboards is understandable. Unfortunately, this has been quite inconvenient and you have had to make do with a few tricks, creation of an applet usually requires a keyboard. Now there are some changes that simplify operation and expand on the whiteboard.<br />
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* The aforementioned '''bar'' design' allows quicker access to object properties. Otherwise it was very awkward to bring up the Properties dialog and change something there.<br />
* Changes to the properties you can save but also by adjusting the '''preferences for objects''' according to your wishes. In the settings, there is now a list of all objects where you almost can advance to adjust settings to look the way you want it.<br />
* A '''virtual keyboard''', which appears whenever you click on an input field (''after'' the keyboard is enabled).<br />
* For smaller pupils and colleagues who have trouble reaching the top is drawing tools, now allows the '''Tools'' strip down' view.<br />
* If you want something you have to sketch in a drawing, now no longer the image into a table GeoGebra software copy and paste. A simple '''pen tool''' allows the drawing by hand. Here, the image is stored as subscribed in GeoGebra.<br />
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'''NOTE:''''' A GeoGebra version for mobile phones or tablet is in the works. If your device has a JavaScript capable browser you can test it by visiting GeoGebra tube. Your browser does your device as a "mobile" before [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra] server, just so no Java support, then the mobile version of GeoGebra used. This works, but some already, but not, for example with files that use scripting or scripting does not work.''<br />
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== Extensions of the spreadsheet == <br />
There are many new functions for the integrated spreadsheet in GeoGebra.<br />
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The first new feature you can detect even if it displays the table and click on one of the cells. So there is now a special'''Table tool bar''', can be found in the tools that you can use in the table. The normal drawing tool bar will reappear when you dialing the algebra or the drawing view.<br />
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The appearance of the table and the display of values in the table can now also be affected. If you click right on the table, it can be in the context menu'''table''options' and select pre-set some properties. Thus, even the lines are rendered invisible. For the table, there is now also a'''design bar''', with one magazine ad, can set the background color, alignment, and borders. The input and correction of longer formulas is facilitated by an input field, as he is known also from other spreadsheet programs will be offered.<br />
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The'''co-sign from view and table''' has been further improved. Even in version 3.2 there was the function'''Trace to Spreadsheet''' now'''values in Table enter''', which was significantly improved. Points and any value (ie about the lengths of lines, angles, or a single coordinate) can now easily enter into the table. Conversely, now also offered tools with which you can generate from the data in the table, drawing objects and other expenses for the sign-view, such as'''table''','''''matrices', etc. to which it some small dialogs for setting options out there.<br />
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Now the very extensive amount of tools'''analysis of data''' is. If you have a list of dates and numbers - they can also be imported from other programs or copied to the table - you can make a variety of types of'''graphical and mathematical analysis''', two or more variables as well as simple statistics such as sum, average, etc.<br />
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== New export opportunities ==<br />
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In addition to the already previously exploitable opportunities for the export of GeoGebra out there are major changes. And also when exporting to HTML page, there are a few improvements.<br />
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[[File: Example export.gif gif | thumb | Exported GIF image]] Thus, besides the creation of complete HTML page, the possibility of '''Exports of applets for wikis, Moodle''' and as a Google Gadget .<br />
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Of interest is the ability to create an animation from a '''animated gif image.''' This one is independent of Java on mobile devices so that usually is not available.<br />
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The biggest innovation in this area is undoubtedly the introduction of a materials database under the name '''GeoGebra'''. You can upload directly from GeoGebra out the worksheet and must not have its own page on the Internet. GeoGebra also offers the possibility of using the files from other members and the organization of all selected worksheets to make them more useful to the students.<br />
:'': Log 'Exercise →''' On [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra], created file upload, copy, and paste it into other file collection.<br />
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YouTube on two video tutorials are available, introduce into the use of GeoGebra.<br />
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Simplification of existing functions == ==<br />
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=== Text tool === <br />
In GeoGebra, there is even the possibility to create dynamic text, ie Values from the drawing may be included in the text, so that the text change in the drawing also changed.<br />
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However, the creation of '''dynamic text''' was perceived by many to be complicated, especially if you wanted to link multiple dynamic components. A new Text tool gives you a dialogue that is intended to simplify the entry. Instead of placing shares in quotes and give the individual components with a "+" to link it now a selection box where you can select individual objects. Thus, the selection of a point to the fact that its coordinates are displayed dynamically, and this is reflected by the fact that the name of the item is displayed in a box. Within this box you can make changes, then apply some functions, such as the determination of the x-value of this point.<br />
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Certainly important, the '''Preview''function' is. For the purposes of '''LaTeX''' there is finally a long '''list of templates''', as well as a large number of '''characters.''' Regarding the use of LaTeX, it was started by members of the Forum [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas in the English Wiki Manual] to prepare a list of standard formulas so that you can copy the code simple can.<br />
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=== Slider === <br />
Another small but important change is the fact that sliders have now '''dynamic limits.''' This means that you can use any value in GeoGebra now as a value for the upper or lower limits. Now it is possible, for example, fractions, set the slider to the counter so that he can have a maximum size of the denominator.<br />
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=== Animation ===<br />
Now it was only one possible '''animation with the help of sliders,''' to create then in version 4.0 provides a new opportunity. '''Points to any kind of line''' (line, line, circle, ... and associated routes - this semi-circle + line) were drawn can now be easily animated by a right click you turn on the animation . The animation on the infinitely long line has been designed so that the outward movement is faster.<br />
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=== Positioning of points ===<br />
Every now and again been in demand in the forum, if you do not restrict the movement of a point some way. There were opportunities to work, but it was cumbersome and could hold only one point in a rectangle and a circle. Gliders were only for circles or straight lines.<br />
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With the tool'''Point on Object''' you can now put a point on any face or, if you click on the edge of a surface, let him slide on the edge. The subsequent release or on-(A-) hanging one point was only possible through a redefinition of what was probably too complicated for novice users. You now have the tool'''point of attach / detach.'''<br />
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== Long-missing capabilities for the school ==<br />
Requests in the forum for new features worth it anyway. And so many other requests of the users have been implemented that have been missing for a long time.<br />
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=== Inequalities ===<br />
Finally, inequalities can now be specified and drawn. Not only '''linear''' but also for all types of '''conics.'''<br />
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The presentation included in the drawing window indicates whether < or <=. There is also an inverse representation possible in order to optimize the linear valid range to set them free. Linear inequalities with one variable can be '''intervals''' displayed on the axes in the usual presentation with filled or empty circle.<br />
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Interval data as <math> 3 <x <8 </ math> can now be used in other places where you'd otherwise use an AND operation.<br />
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=== List operations === <br />
Are now available ...<br />
* <Object> <List> ∈ is an element of<br />
* <List> ⊆ <List> is a subset of<br />
* <List> ⊂ <List> is a proper subset of<br />
* <List> \ <List> Determines the difference<br />
<List> * (N) defines the n-th element of the list.<br />
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The first query can return a boolean result variable, so <math> true </ math> or <math> false </ math>. The last two give you a list as a result.<br />
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=== Cut points can be indicated === <br />
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=== Significant new opportunities for functions ===<br />
Determination of ...<br />
* Absolute extrema for functions in the limited interval<br />
* Vertical asymptotes and limits (on the right side, left side)<br />
* ...<br />
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=== Loci of slider ===<br />
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''... needs some text ...''<br />
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== Scripting ==<br />
Under Scripting refers to a type of programming, which, put simply, SOGT sure that will run on a user action into multiple actions GeoGebra. In older versions this was possible only for HTML and JavaScript but knowledgeable in the current version you have installed without the possibility of programming skills in GeoGebra buttons or input lines and link them with a list of commands. You have to learn any new commands, but simply uses the commands as they can be used in the input line.<br />
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Especially for the new scripting commands have been introduced, with which one can influence, for example, the appearance of objects and the canvas.<br />
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== Finally == <br />
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=== Where is the CAS? ===<br />
If you ask this, you have probably heard or read CAS should be incorporated in version 4.0; a CAS window and for some time in the beta version was already available. Beginning in 2011, it was resolved by the developer side to try a new CAS system for GeoGebra. The previously built-MathPiper did not meet all required functionality, and so the use of an external CAS called Maxima was allowed. This allowed users a better tool, although a less than ideal one.<br />
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In 2011, a Java version of Reduce (computer algebra system) [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reduce_%28computer_algebra_system%29], one of the oldest CAS programs (1960) became available, it was converted to Open Source a few years. The integration of MPReduce was begun under the Google Summer of Code; testing proved it to be well integrated. The decision was made to let go all other versions of CAS. Since of the integration process would be incomplete for the release date of version 4.0, the developers took out the CAS view from version 4.0. The CAS version will be published in the next stable release called version 4.2.<br />
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Those interested can test the beta version to 4.2. As usual, they now find a link to a Web Start version in the sub-forum to version 4.2 (near the bottom of the page).<br />
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=== Printed or PDF? ===<br />
If you have this text as PDF or get printed, then you should definitely visit the page on the wiki directly, which is at the address<br />
* Http://wikis.zum.de/geogebra-rlp/Neuerungen_in_GeoGebra_4.0<br />
can be achieved. It is worthwhile, because there you can try some of the functions in the form of small embedded GeoGebra applets or experience, at least in "action". There the gif image is animated really well.<br />
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=== Actually, there are more new features===<br />
This page is certainly a very good overview of the new version 4.0, but there are many little things that were not mentioned here because it would be just too much. Anyone who wants can look around on the following page:<br />
*'''[Http://www.geogebra.org/trac/wiki/4.0 Official list] the most important changes:'''<br />
*'''[Release Notes 4.0 http://www.geogebra.org/en/wiki/index.php/Release_Notes_GeoGebra_4.0 ]''', where all changes are listed.<br />
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=== Where do I now get the version 4.0 from? ===<br />
It's simple: go to the [http://www.geogebra.org side of the GeoGebra project] in the top menu and select'''Download''' on. Appearing on the page you will find a selection of all possible types of use. '''Primary''GeoGebra' way, is a GeoGebra variant in which the perspective is "Elementary Geometry" same used at the beginning.</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:New_features_of_Version_4.0&diff=23154Tutorial:New features of Version 4.02011-11-13T17:42:52Z<p>Acron: /* New features for the use of whiteboards or other touch devices */</p>
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<div>In July 2009, the GeoGebra developers began working on the new version 4.0. Thanks to many new programmers, it has been once again been a huge increase in functionality. The list of new features compared to version 3.2 is overwhelmingly long. This summary page hopes to give you a window to the innovative benefit found in the new version 4.0.<br />
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'''''Do not be put off by the many new features of GeoGebra!''' GeoGebra is still just as easy to operate as before. None of the basic tools and functions have been removed or is replaced by something more complicated. Even if you do not use most of the innovations here, you can safely install the new version and explore new features as you need them.''<br />
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==Many new commands and tools ==<br />
[[File:InputHelpListCommands.PNG| thumb | List command in the input help]] The commands to list would be very time consuming. A summary of the changes, you could list as areas with the greatest growth function:<br />
* Stochastics<br />
* Data Analysis<br />
* Analysis<br />
* Graph-theory<br />
* Operations on sets (in GeoGebra there are''lists'')<br />
* ...<br />
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More important than all these functions, but the new '''list of all usable functions in GeoGebra''', which is now available as a side imposable range (''triangle in the rectangle in the lower right corner click .''). Sorted by topic you will probably find it faster than it was before in the shorter list of case. You get into this field not only the name but also the syntax presented and it is offered a button that leads directly into the manual wiki.<br />
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In the '''Wiki-Manual''' there are also lists, in which the commands are also sorted by topic. The advantage here is that you will sometimes refer to other functions and examples given. Two examples of advanced page in the wiki: <br />
* Check box [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/Check_Box_to_Show_/_Hide_Objects_Tool]<br />
* New Point Tool [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/New_Point_Tool]<br />
Also known as "simple" users can add information to the wiki and provide interesting examples of other colleagues.<br />
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== Surface == <br />
A frequently cited criticism is that GeoGebra to "inflated" by now, and it therefore no longer available for younger students had. So the surface is too complicated. Thanks to an extensive re-programming the surface, which was possible due to a new version of Java, it is now possible, the appearance of GeoGebra with just one click convert.<br />
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=== Perspectives ===<br />
It possible to make the so-called '''Perspectives''', some of which are already defined as a selection. A perspective is a default for the type and arrangement of the visible portion of view, the tools offered and general settings. So there is a prospect "Elementary Geometry", in which all the tools for simple drawing objects (not stacked) together are available, the only visible sign area and the font is slightly larger.<br />
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Perspectives can create yourself, if not one of the guidelines range. It all views are freely movable and can even outsource the GeoGebra window. None of the views must always be visible and you can therefore use a clean table window.<br />
[[File: Surface Neu.png | thumb | Axles changed up the design bar to a point]] is helpful for the younger artist'''design bar''', which is primarily there to the appearance of objects quickly . change Instead of looking in the extensive properties dialog, you can easily make changes directly accessible via a couple of buttons.<br />
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=== Graphics view ===<br />
Very interesting is the introduction of a '''second graphics window''' is. This can be set as different scales in two views. Practical example for separate consideration of function and derivative function, or simply to display text in a window. The mapping to a view of the drawing is done or can be retrofitted in the Properties dialog of the object are changed.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' function derived graphically and use another window to draw inference.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' representation of the unit circle and the trigonometric function depending on the angle<br />
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Even in the character area itself was working on the '''recruitment opportunities at the axles.''' This way you can now limit the axes to represent positive values, or always on the edge of the axes. Besides, you can now also functions as a function of other variables defined as x. Indicate to the already existing possibility a point in polar coordinates, then a polar coordinate grid is available.<br />
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=== Algebra view === <br />
A small yet a very nice improvement in the Algebra View is the display of objects using LaTeX; the user can see, read, and understand functional equations. In addition, Vectors and Matrices are now displayed correctly in the AV.<br />
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== New features for the use of whiteboards or other touch devices ==<br />
As many want to use GeoGebra as a tool for teaching math with interactive whiteboards is understandable. Unfortunately, this has been quite inconvenient and you have had to make do with a few tricks, creation of an applet usually requires a keyboard. Now there are some changes that simplify operation and expand on the whiteboard.<br />
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* The aforementioned '''bar'' design' allows quicker access to object properties. Otherwise it was very awkward to bring up the Properties dialog and change something there.<br />
* Changes to the properties you can save but also by adjusting the '''preferences for objects''' according to your wishes. In the settings, there is now a list of all objects where you almost can advance to adjust settings to look the way you want it.<br />
* A '''virtual keyboard''', which appears whenever you click on an input field (''after'' the keyboard is enabled).<br />
* For smaller pupils and colleagues who have trouble reaching the top is drawing tools, now allows the '''Tools'' strip down' view.<br />
* If you want something you have to sketch in a drawing, now no longer the image into a table GeoGebra software copy and paste. A simple '''pen tool''' allows the drawing by hand. Here, the image is stored as subscribed in GeoGebra.<br />
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'''NOTE:''''' A GeoGebra version for mobile phones or tablet is in the works. If your device has a JavaScript capable browser you can test it by visiting GeoGebra tube. Your browser does your device as a "mobile" before [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra] server, just so no Java support, then the mobile version of GeoGebra used. This works, but some already, but not, for example with files that use scripting or scripting does not work.''<br />
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== Extensions of the spreadsheet == <br />
There are many new functions for the integrated spreadsheet in GeoGebra.<br />
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The first new feature you can detect even if it displays the table and click on one of the cells. So there is now a special'''Table tool bar''', can be found in the tools that you can use in the table. The normal drawing tool bar will reappear when you dialing the algebra or the drawing view.<br />
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The appearance of the table and the display of values in the table can now also be affected. If you click right on the table, it can be in the context menu'''table''options' and select pre-set some properties. Thus, even the lines are rendered invisible. For the table, there is now also a'''design bar''', with one magazine ad, can set the background color, alignment, and borders. The input and correction of longer formulas is facilitated by an input field, as he is known also from other spreadsheet programs will be offered.<br />
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The'''co-sign from view and table''' has been further improved. Even in version 3.2 there was the function'''Trace to Spreadsheet''' now'''values in Table enter''', which was significantly improved. Points and any value (ie about the lengths of lines, angles, or a single coordinate) can now easily enter into the table. Conversely, now also offered tools with which you can generate from the data in the table, drawing objects and other expenses for the sign-view, such as'''table''','''''matrices', etc. to which it some small dialogs for setting options out there.<br />
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Now the very extensive amount of tools'''analysis of data''' is. If you have a list of dates and numbers - they can also be imported from other programs or copied to the table - you can make a variety of types of'''graphical and mathematical analysis''', two or more variables as well as simple statistics such as sum, average, etc.<br />
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== New export opportunities ==<br />
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In addition to the already previously exploitable opportunities for the export of GeoGebra out there are major changes. And also when exporting to HTML page, there are a few improvements.<br />
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[[File: Example export.gif gif | thumb | Exported GIF image]] Thus, besides the creation of complete HTML page, the possibility of'''Exports of applets for wikis, Moodle''' and as a Google Gadget .<br />
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Of interest is the ability to create an animation from a'''animated gif image.''' This one is independent of Java on mobile devices so that usually is not available.<br />
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The biggest innovation in this area is undoubtedly the introduction of a materials database under the name'''GeoGebra'''. You can upload directly from GeoGebra out the worksheet and must not have its own page on the Internet. GeoGebra also offers the possibility of using the files from other members and the organization of all selected worksheets to make them more useful to the students.<br />
:'': Log 'Exercise →''' On [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra], created file upload, copy, and paste it into other file collection.<br />
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YouTube on two video tutorials are available, introduce into the use of GeoGebra.<br />
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Simplification of existing functions == ==<br />
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=== Text tool === <br />
In GeoGebra, there is even the possibility to create dynamic text, ie Values from the drawing may be included in the text, so that the text change in the drawing also changed.<br />
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However, the creation of'''dynamic text''' was perceived by many to be complicated, especially if you wanted to link multiple dynamic components. A new Text tool gives you a dialogue that is intended to simplify the entry. Instead of placing shares in quotes and give the individual components with a "+" to link it now a selection box where you can select individual objects. Thus, the selection of a point to the fact that its coordinates are displayed dynamically, and this is reflected by the fact that the name of the item is displayed in a box. Within this box you can make changes, then apply some functions, such as the determination of the x-value of this point.<br />
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Certainly important, the'''Preview''function' is. For the purposes of'''LaTeX''' there is finally a long'''list of templates''', as well as a large number of'''characters.''' Regarding the use of LaTeX, it was started by members of the Forum [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas in the English Wiki Manual] to prepare a list of standard formulas so that you can copy the code simple can.<br />
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=== Slider === <br />
Another small but important change is the fact that sliders have now'''dynamic limits.''' This means that you can use any value in GeoGebra now as a value for the upper or lower limits. Now it is possible, for example, fractions, set the slider to the counter so that he can have a maximum size of the denominator.<br />
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=== Animation ===<br />
Now it was only one possible'''animation with the help of sliders,''' to create then in version 4.0 provides a new opportunity. '''Points to any kind of line''' (line, line, circle, ... and associated routes - this semi-circle + line) were drawn can now be easily animated by a right click you turn on the animation . The animation on the infinitely long line has been designed so that the outward movement is faster.<br />
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=== Positioning of points ===<br />
Every now and again been in demand in the forum, if you do not restrict the movement of a point some way. There were opportunities to work, but it was cumbersome and could hold only one point in a rectangle and a circle. Gliders were only for circles or straight lines.<br />
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With the tool'''Point on Object''' you can now put a point on any face or, if you click on the edge of a surface, let him slide on the edge. The subsequent release or on-(A-) hanging one point was only possible through a redefinition of what was probably too complicated for novice users. You now have the tool'''point of attach / detach.'''<br />
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== Long-missing capabilities for the school ==<br />
Requests in the forum for new features worth it anyway. And so many other requests of the users have been implemented that have been missing for a long time.<br />
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=== Inequalities ===<br />
Finally, inequalities can now be specified and drawn. Not only '''linear''' but also for all types of '''conics.'''<br />
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The presentation included in the drawing window indicates whether < or <=. There is also an inverse representation possible in order to optimize the linear valid range to set them free. Linear inequalities with one variable can be '''intervals''' displayed on the axes in the usual presentation with filled or empty circle.<br />
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Interval data as <math> 3 <x <8 </ math> can now be used in other places where you'd otherwise use an AND operation.<br />
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=== List operations === <br />
Are now available ...<br />
* <Object> <List> ∈ is an element of<br />
* <List> ⊆ <List> is a subset of<br />
* <List> ⊂ <List> is a proper subset of<br />
* <List> \ <List> Determines the difference<br />
<List> * (N) defines the n-th element of the list.<br />
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The first query can return a boolean result variable, so <math> true </ math> or <math> false </ math>. The last two give you a list as a result.<br />
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=== Cut points can be indicated === <br />
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=== Significant new opportunities for functions ===<br />
Determination of ...<br />
* Absolute extrema for functions in the limited interval<br />
* Vertical asymptotes and limits (on the right side, left side)<br />
* ...<br />
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=== Loci of slider ===<br />
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''... needs some text ...''<br />
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== Scripting ==<br />
Under Scripting refers to a type of programming, which, put simply, SOGT sure that will run on a user action into multiple actions GeoGebra. In older versions this was possible only for HTML and JavaScript but knowledgeable in the current version you have installed without the possibility of programming skills in GeoGebra buttons or input lines and link them with a list of commands. You have to learn any new commands, but simply uses the commands as they can be used in the input line.<br />
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Especially for the new scripting commands have been introduced, with which one can influence, for example, the appearance of objects and the canvas.<br />
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== Finally == <br />
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=== Where is the CAS? ===<br />
If you ask this, you have probably heard or read CAS should be incorporated in version 4.0; a CAS window and for some time in the beta version was already available. Beginning in 2011, it was resolved by the developer side to try a new CAS system for GeoGebra. The previously built-MathPiper did not meet all required functionality, and so the use of an external CAS called Maxima was allowed. This allowed users a better tool, although a less than ideal one.<br />
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In 2011, a Java version of Reduce (computer algebra system) [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reduce_%28computer_algebra_system%29], one of the oldest CAS programs (1960) became available, it was converted to Open Source a few years. The integration of MPReduce was begun under the Google Summer of Code; testing proved it to be well integrated. The decision was made to let go all other versions of CAS. Since of the integration process would be incomplete for the release date of version 4.0, the developers took out the CAS view from version 4.0. The CAS version will be published in the next stable release called version 4.2.<br />
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Those interested can test the beta version to 4.2. As usual, they now find a link to a Web Start version in the sub-forum to version 4.2 (near the bottom of the page).<br />
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=== Printed or PDF? ===<br />
If you have this text as PDF or get printed, then you should definitely visit the page on the wiki directly, which is at the address<br />
* Http://wikis.zum.de/geogebra-rlp/Neuerungen_in_GeoGebra_4.0<br />
can be achieved. It is worthwhile, because there you can try some of the functions in the form of small embedded GeoGebra applets or experience, at least in "action". There the gif image is animated really well.<br />
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=== Actually, there are more new features===<br />
This page is certainly a very good overview of the new version 4.0, but there are many little things that were not mentioned here because it would be just too much. Anyone who wants can look around on the following page:<br />
*'''[Http://www.geogebra.org/trac/wiki/4.0 Official list] the most important changes:'''<br />
*'''[Release Notes 4.0 http://www.geogebra.org/en/wiki/index.php/Release_Notes_GeoGebra_4.0 ]''', where all changes are listed.<br />
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=== Where do I now get the version 4.0 from? ===<br />
It's simple: go to the [http://www.geogebra.org side of the GeoGebra project] in the top menu and select'''Download''' on. Appearing on the page you will find a selection of all possible types of use. '''Primary''GeoGebra' way, is a GeoGebra variant in which the perspective is "Elementary Geometry" same used at the beginning.</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:New_features_of_Version_4.0&diff=23153Tutorial:New features of Version 4.02011-11-13T17:30:40Z<p>Acron: /* Algebra view */</p>
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<div>In July 2009, the GeoGebra developers began working on the new version 4.0. Thanks to many new programmers, it has been once again been a huge increase in functionality. The list of new features compared to version 3.2 is overwhelmingly long. This summary page hopes to give you a window to the innovative benefit found in the new version 4.0.<br />
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'''''Do not be put off by the many new features of GeoGebra!''' GeoGebra is still just as easy to operate as before. None of the basic tools and functions have been removed or is replaced by something more complicated. Even if you do not use most of the innovations here, you can safely install the new version and explore new features as you need them.''<br />
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==Many new commands and tools ==<br />
[[File:InputHelpListCommands.PNG| thumb | List command in the input help]] The commands to list would be very time consuming. A summary of the changes, you could list as areas with the greatest growth function:<br />
* Stochastics<br />
* Data Analysis<br />
* Analysis<br />
* Graph-theory<br />
* Operations on sets (in GeoGebra there are''lists'')<br />
* ...<br />
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More important than all these functions, but the new '''list of all usable functions in GeoGebra''', which is now available as a side imposable range (''triangle in the rectangle in the lower right corner click .''). Sorted by topic you will probably find it faster than it was before in the shorter list of case. You get into this field not only the name but also the syntax presented and it is offered a button that leads directly into the manual wiki.<br />
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In the '''Wiki-Manual''' there are also lists, in which the commands are also sorted by topic. The advantage here is that you will sometimes refer to other functions and examples given. Two examples of advanced page in the wiki: <br />
* Check box [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/Check_Box_to_Show_/_Hide_Objects_Tool]<br />
* New Point Tool [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/New_Point_Tool]<br />
Also known as "simple" users can add information to the wiki and provide interesting examples of other colleagues.<br />
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== Surface == <br />
A frequently cited criticism is that GeoGebra to "inflated" by now, and it therefore no longer available for younger students had. So the surface is too complicated. Thanks to an extensive re-programming the surface, which was possible due to a new version of Java, it is now possible, the appearance of GeoGebra with just one click convert.<br />
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=== Perspectives ===<br />
It possible to make the so-called '''Perspectives''', some of which are already defined as a selection. A perspective is a default for the type and arrangement of the visible portion of view, the tools offered and general settings. So there is a prospect "Elementary Geometry", in which all the tools for simple drawing objects (not stacked) together are available, the only visible sign area and the font is slightly larger.<br />
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Perspectives can create yourself, if not one of the guidelines range. It all views are freely movable and can even outsource the GeoGebra window. None of the views must always be visible and you can therefore use a clean table window.<br />
[[File: Surface Neu.png | thumb | Axles changed up the design bar to a point]] is helpful for the younger artist'''design bar''', which is primarily there to the appearance of objects quickly . change Instead of looking in the extensive properties dialog, you can easily make changes directly accessible via a couple of buttons.<br />
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=== Graphics view ===<br />
Very interesting is the introduction of a '''second graphics window''' is. This can be set as different scales in two views. Practical example for separate consideration of function and derivative function, or simply to display text in a window. The mapping to a view of the drawing is done or can be retrofitted in the Properties dialog of the object are changed.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' function derived graphically and use another window to draw inference.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' representation of the unit circle and the trigonometric function depending on the angle<br />
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Even in the character area itself was working on the '''recruitment opportunities at the axles.''' This way you can now limit the axes to represent positive values, or always on the edge of the axes. Besides, you can now also functions as a function of other variables defined as x. Indicate to the already existing possibility a point in polar coordinates, then a polar coordinate grid is available.<br />
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=== Algebra view === <br />
A small yet a very nice improvement in the Algebra View is the display of objects using LaTeX; the user can see, read, and understand functional equations. In addition, Vectors and Matrices are now displayed correctly in the AV.<br />
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== New features for the use of whiteboards or other touch devices ==<br />
That you want to use GeoGebra happy as a tool for teaching math at the interactive whiteboard is also understandable. Unfortunately, this has been quite inconvenient and you had / has to make do with only a few tricks, if you wanted to use not only prepared files. Now there are some changes that simplify operation and expand on the whiteboard.<br />
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* The aforementioned'''bar''design' allows quicker access to object properties. Otherwise it was very awkward to bring up the Properties dialog and change something there.<br />
* Changes to the properties you can save but also by adjusting the'''preferences for objects''' according to your wishes. In the settings, there is now a list of all objects where you almost can advance to adjust settings to look the way you want it.<br />
* A'''virtual keyboard''', which appears whenever you click on an input field (''after''the keyboard is enabled).<br />
* For smaller pupils and colleagues who have trouble reaching the top is drawing tools, now allows the'''Tools''strip down' view.<br />
* If you want something you have to sketch in a drawing, now no longer the image into a table GeoGebra software copy and paste. A simple'''pen tool''' allows the drawing by hand. Here, the image is stored as subscribed in GeoGebra.<br />
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'''NOTE:'''''A GeoGebra version for mobile phones or tablet is in the works. If your device has a JavaScript capable browser you can test it by visiting GeoGebra tube. Your browser does your device as a "mobile" before [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra] server, just so no Java support, then the mobile version of GeoGebra used. This works, but some already, but not, for example with files that use scripting or scripting does not work.''<br />
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== Extensions of the spreadsheet == <br />
There are many new functions for the integrated spreadsheet in GeoGebra.<br />
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The first new feature you can detect even if it displays the table and click on one of the cells. So there is now a special'''Table tool bar''', can be found in the tools that you can use in the table. The normal drawing tool bar will reappear when you dialing the algebra or the drawing view.<br />
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The appearance of the table and the display of values in the table can now also be affected. If you click right on the table, it can be in the context menu'''table''options' and select pre-set some properties. Thus, even the lines are rendered invisible. For the table, there is now also a'''design bar''', with one magazine ad, can set the background color, alignment, and borders. The input and correction of longer formulas is facilitated by an input field, as he is known also from other spreadsheet programs will be offered.<br />
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The'''co-sign from view and table''' has been further improved. Even in version 3.2 there was the function'''Trace to Spreadsheet''' now'''values in Table enter''', which was significantly improved. Points and any value (ie about the lengths of lines, angles, or a single coordinate) can now easily enter into the table. Conversely, now also offered tools with which you can generate from the data in the table, drawing objects and other expenses for the sign-view, such as'''table''','''''matrices', etc. to which it some small dialogs for setting options out there.<br />
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Now the very extensive amount of tools'''analysis of data''' is. If you have a list of dates and numbers - they can also be imported from other programs or copied to the table - you can make a variety of types of'''graphical and mathematical analysis''', two or more variables as well as simple statistics such as sum, average, etc.<br />
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== New export opportunities ==<br />
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In addition to the already previously exploitable opportunities for the export of GeoGebra out there are major changes. And also when exporting to HTML page, there are a few improvements.<br />
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[[File: Example export.gif gif | thumb | Exported GIF image]] Thus, besides the creation of complete HTML page, the possibility of'''Exports of applets for wikis, Moodle''' and as a Google Gadget .<br />
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Of interest is the ability to create an animation from a'''animated gif image.''' This one is independent of Java on mobile devices so that usually is not available.<br />
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The biggest innovation in this area is undoubtedly the introduction of a materials database under the name'''GeoGebra'''. You can upload directly from GeoGebra out the worksheet and must not have its own page on the Internet. GeoGebra also offers the possibility of using the files from other members and the organization of all selected worksheets to make them more useful to the students.<br />
:'': Log 'Exercise →''' On [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra], created file upload, copy, and paste it into other file collection.<br />
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YouTube on two video tutorials are available, introduce into the use of GeoGebra.<br />
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Simplification of existing functions == ==<br />
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=== Text tool === <br />
In GeoGebra, there is even the possibility to create dynamic text, ie Values from the drawing may be included in the text, so that the text change in the drawing also changed.<br />
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However, the creation of'''dynamic text''' was perceived by many to be complicated, especially if you wanted to link multiple dynamic components. A new Text tool gives you a dialogue that is intended to simplify the entry. Instead of placing shares in quotes and give the individual components with a "+" to link it now a selection box where you can select individual objects. Thus, the selection of a point to the fact that its coordinates are displayed dynamically, and this is reflected by the fact that the name of the item is displayed in a box. Within this box you can make changes, then apply some functions, such as the determination of the x-value of this point.<br />
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Certainly important, the'''Preview''function' is. For the purposes of'''LaTeX''' there is finally a long'''list of templates''', as well as a large number of'''characters.''' Regarding the use of LaTeX, it was started by members of the Forum [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas in the English Wiki Manual] to prepare a list of standard formulas so that you can copy the code simple can.<br />
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=== Slider === <br />
Another small but important change is the fact that sliders have now'''dynamic limits.''' This means that you can use any value in GeoGebra now as a value for the upper or lower limits. Now it is possible, for example, fractions, set the slider to the counter so that he can have a maximum size of the denominator.<br />
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=== Animation ===<br />
Now it was only one possible'''animation with the help of sliders,''' to create then in version 4.0 provides a new opportunity. '''Points to any kind of line''' (line, line, circle, ... and associated routes - this semi-circle + line) were drawn can now be easily animated by a right click you turn on the animation . The animation on the infinitely long line has been designed so that the outward movement is faster.<br />
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=== Positioning of points ===<br />
Every now and again been in demand in the forum, if you do not restrict the movement of a point some way. There were opportunities to work, but it was cumbersome and could hold only one point in a rectangle and a circle. Gliders were only for circles or straight lines.<br />
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With the tool'''Point on Object''' you can now put a point on any face or, if you click on the edge of a surface, let him slide on the edge. The subsequent release or on-(A-) hanging one point was only possible through a redefinition of what was probably too complicated for novice users. You now have the tool'''point of attach / detach.'''<br />
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== Long-missing capabilities for the school ==<br />
Requests in the forum for new features worth it anyway. And so many other requests of the users have been implemented that have been missing for a long time.<br />
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=== Inequalities ===<br />
Finally, inequalities can now be specified and drawn. Not only '''linear''' but also for all types of '''conics.'''<br />
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The presentation included in the drawing window indicates whether < or <=. There is also an inverse representation possible in order to optimize the linear valid range to set them free. Linear inequalities with one variable can be '''intervals''' displayed on the axes in the usual presentation with filled or empty circle.<br />
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Interval data as <math> 3 <x <8 </ math> can now be used in other places where you'd otherwise use an AND operation.<br />
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=== List operations === <br />
Are now available ...<br />
* <Object> <List> ∈ is an element of<br />
* <List> ⊆ <List> is a subset of<br />
* <List> ⊂ <List> is a proper subset of<br />
* <List> \ <List> Determines the difference<br />
<List> * (N) defines the n-th element of the list.<br />
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The first query can return a boolean result variable, so <math> true </ math> or <math> false </ math>. The last two give you a list as a result.<br />
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=== Cut points can be indicated === <br />
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=== Significant new opportunities for functions ===<br />
Determination of ...<br />
* Absolute extrema for functions in the limited interval<br />
* Vertical asymptotes and limits (on the right side, left side)<br />
* ...<br />
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=== Loci of slider ===<br />
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''... needs some text ...''<br />
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== Scripting ==<br />
Under Scripting refers to a type of programming, which, put simply, SOGT sure that will run on a user action into multiple actions GeoGebra. In older versions this was possible only for HTML and JavaScript but knowledgeable in the current version you have installed without the possibility of programming skills in GeoGebra buttons or input lines and link them with a list of commands. You have to learn any new commands, but simply uses the commands as they can be used in the input line.<br />
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Especially for the new scripting commands have been introduced, with which one can influence, for example, the appearance of objects and the canvas.<br />
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== Finally == <br />
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=== Where is the CAS? ===<br />
If you ask this, you have probably heard or read CAS should be incorporated in version 4.0; a CAS window and for some time in the beta version was already available. Beginning in 2011, it was resolved by the developer side to try a new CAS system for GeoGebra. The previously built-MathPiper did not meet all required functionality, and so the use of an external CAS called Maxima was allowed. This allowed users a better tool, although a less than ideal one.<br />
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In 2011, a Java version of Reduce (computer algebra system) [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reduce_%28computer_algebra_system%29], one of the oldest CAS programs (1960) became available, it was converted to Open Source a few years. The integration of MPReduce was begun under the Google Summer of Code; testing proved it to be well integrated. The decision was made to let go all other versions of CAS. Since of the integration process would be incomplete for the release date of version 4.0, the developers took out the CAS view from version 4.0. The CAS version will be published in the next stable release called version 4.2.<br />
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Those interested can test the beta version to 4.2. As usual, they now find a link to a Web Start version in the sub-forum to version 4.2 (near the bottom of the page).<br />
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=== Printed or PDF? ===<br />
If you have this text as PDF or get printed, then you should definitely visit the page on the wiki directly, which is at the address<br />
* Http://wikis.zum.de/geogebra-rlp/Neuerungen_in_GeoGebra_4.0<br />
can be achieved. It is worthwhile, because there you can try some of the functions in the form of small embedded GeoGebra applets or experience, at least in "action". There the gif image is animated really well.<br />
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=== Actually, there are more new features===<br />
This page is certainly a very good overview of the new version 4.0, but there are many little things that were not mentioned here because it would be just too much. Anyone who wants can look around on the following page:<br />
*'''[Http://www.geogebra.org/trac/wiki/4.0 Official list] the most important changes:'''<br />
*'''[Release Notes 4.0 http://www.geogebra.org/en/wiki/index.php/Release_Notes_GeoGebra_4.0 ]''', where all changes are listed.<br />
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=== Where do I now get the version 4.0 from? ===<br />
It's simple: go to the [http://www.geogebra.org side of the GeoGebra project] in the top menu and select'''Download''' on. Appearing on the page you will find a selection of all possible types of use. '''Primary''GeoGebra' way, is a GeoGebra variant in which the perspective is "Elementary Geometry" same used at the beginning.</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:New_features_of_Version_4.0&diff=23152Tutorial:New features of Version 4.02011-11-13T17:16:27Z<p>Acron: /* Algebra view */</p>
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<div>In July 2009, the GeoGebra developers began working on the new version 4.0. Thanks to many new programmers, it has been once again been a huge increase in functionality. The list of new features compared to version 3.2 is overwhelmingly long. This summary page hopes to give you a window to the innovative benefit found in the new version 4.0.<br />
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'''''Do not be put off by the many new features of GeoGebra!''' GeoGebra is still just as easy to operate as before. None of the basic tools and functions have been removed or is replaced by something more complicated. Even if you do not use most of the innovations here, you can safely install the new version and explore new features as you need them.''<br />
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==Many new commands and tools ==<br />
[[File:InputHelpListCommands.PNG| thumb | List command in the input help]] The commands to list would be very time consuming. A summary of the changes, you could list as areas with the greatest growth function:<br />
* Stochastics<br />
* Data Analysis<br />
* Analysis<br />
* Graph-theory<br />
* Operations on sets (in GeoGebra there are''lists'')<br />
* ...<br />
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More important than all these functions, but the new '''list of all usable functions in GeoGebra''', which is now available as a side imposable range (''triangle in the rectangle in the lower right corner click .''). Sorted by topic you will probably find it faster than it was before in the shorter list of case. You get into this field not only the name but also the syntax presented and it is offered a button that leads directly into the manual wiki.<br />
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In the '''Wiki-Manual''' there are also lists, in which the commands are also sorted by topic. The advantage here is that you will sometimes refer to other functions and examples given. Two examples of advanced page in the wiki: <br />
* Check box [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/Check_Box_to_Show_/_Hide_Objects_Tool]<br />
* New Point Tool [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/New_Point_Tool]<br />
Also known as "simple" users can add information to the wiki and provide interesting examples of other colleagues.<br />
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== Surface == <br />
A frequently cited criticism is that GeoGebra to "inflated" by now, and it therefore no longer available for younger students had. So the surface is too complicated. Thanks to an extensive re-programming the surface, which was possible due to a new version of Java, it is now possible, the appearance of GeoGebra with just one click convert.<br />
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=== Perspectives ===<br />
It possible to make the so-called '''Perspectives''', some of which are already defined as a selection. A perspective is a default for the type and arrangement of the visible portion of view, the tools offered and general settings. So there is a prospect "Elementary Geometry", in which all the tools for simple drawing objects (not stacked) together are available, the only visible sign area and the font is slightly larger.<br />
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Perspectives can create yourself, if not one of the guidelines range. It all views are freely movable and can even outsource the GeoGebra window. None of the views must always be visible and you can therefore use a clean table window.<br />
[[File: Surface Neu.png | thumb | Axles changed up the design bar to a point]] is helpful for the younger artist'''design bar''', which is primarily there to the appearance of objects quickly . change Instead of looking in the extensive properties dialog, you can easily make changes directly accessible via a couple of buttons.<br />
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=== Graphics view ===<br />
Very interesting is the introduction of a '''second graphics window''' is. This can be set as different scales in two views. Practical example for separate consideration of function and derivative function, or simply to display text in a window. The mapping to a view of the drawing is done or can be retrofitted in the Properties dialog of the object are changed.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' function derived graphically and use another window to draw inference.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' representation of the unit circle and the trigonometric function depending on the angle<br />
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Even in the character area itself was working on the '''recruitment opportunities at the axles.''' This way you can now limit the axes to represent positive values, or always on the edge of the axes. Besides, you can now also functions as a function of other variables defined as x. Indicate to the already existing possibility a point in polar coordinates, then a polar coordinate grid is available.<br />
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=== Algebra view === <br />
A small yet a very nice improvement in the Algebra View is the display of objects using LaTeX; the user can see better read and understand functional equations. Vectors and matrices are now displayed correctly.<br />
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== New features for the use of whiteboards or other touch devices ==<br />
That you want to use GeoGebra happy as a tool for teaching math at the interactive whiteboard is also understandable. Unfortunately, this has been quite inconvenient and you had / has to make do with only a few tricks, if you wanted to use not only prepared files. Now there are some changes that simplify operation and expand on the whiteboard.<br />
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* The aforementioned'''bar''design' allows quicker access to object properties. Otherwise it was very awkward to bring up the Properties dialog and change something there.<br />
* Changes to the properties you can save but also by adjusting the'''preferences for objects''' according to your wishes. In the settings, there is now a list of all objects where you almost can advance to adjust settings to look the way you want it.<br />
* A'''virtual keyboard''', which appears whenever you click on an input field (''after''the keyboard is enabled).<br />
* For smaller pupils and colleagues who have trouble reaching the top is drawing tools, now allows the'''Tools''strip down' view.<br />
* If you want something you have to sketch in a drawing, now no longer the image into a table GeoGebra software copy and paste. A simple'''pen tool''' allows the drawing by hand. Here, the image is stored as subscribed in GeoGebra.<br />
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'''NOTE:'''''A GeoGebra version for mobile phones or tablet is in the works. If your device has a JavaScript capable browser you can test it by visiting GeoGebra tube. Your browser does your device as a "mobile" before [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra] server, just so no Java support, then the mobile version of GeoGebra used. This works, but some already, but not, for example with files that use scripting or scripting does not work.''<br />
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== Extensions of the spreadsheet == <br />
There are many new functions for the integrated spreadsheet in GeoGebra.<br />
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The first new feature you can detect even if it displays the table and click on one of the cells. So there is now a special'''Table tool bar''', can be found in the tools that you can use in the table. The normal drawing tool bar will reappear when you dialing the algebra or the drawing view.<br />
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The appearance of the table and the display of values in the table can now also be affected. If you click right on the table, it can be in the context menu'''table''options' and select pre-set some properties. Thus, even the lines are rendered invisible. For the table, there is now also a'''design bar''', with one magazine ad, can set the background color, alignment, and borders. The input and correction of longer formulas is facilitated by an input field, as he is known also from other spreadsheet programs will be offered.<br />
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The'''co-sign from view and table''' has been further improved. Even in version 3.2 there was the function'''Trace to Spreadsheet''' now'''values in Table enter''', which was significantly improved. Points and any value (ie about the lengths of lines, angles, or a single coordinate) can now easily enter into the table. Conversely, now also offered tools with which you can generate from the data in the table, drawing objects and other expenses for the sign-view, such as'''table''','''''matrices', etc. to which it some small dialogs for setting options out there.<br />
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Now the very extensive amount of tools'''analysis of data''' is. If you have a list of dates and numbers - they can also be imported from other programs or copied to the table - you can make a variety of types of'''graphical and mathematical analysis''', two or more variables as well as simple statistics such as sum, average, etc.<br />
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== New export opportunities ==<br />
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In addition to the already previously exploitable opportunities for the export of GeoGebra out there are major changes. And also when exporting to HTML page, there are a few improvements.<br />
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[[File: Example export.gif gif | thumb | Exported GIF image]] Thus, besides the creation of complete HTML page, the possibility of'''Exports of applets for wikis, Moodle''' and as a Google Gadget .<br />
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Of interest is the ability to create an animation from a'''animated gif image.''' This one is independent of Java on mobile devices so that usually is not available.<br />
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The biggest innovation in this area is undoubtedly the introduction of a materials database under the name'''GeoGebra'''. You can upload directly from GeoGebra out the worksheet and must not have its own page on the Internet. GeoGebra also offers the possibility of using the files from other members and the organization of all selected worksheets to make them more useful to the students.<br />
:'': Log 'Exercise →''' On [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra], created file upload, copy, and paste it into other file collection.<br />
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YouTube on two video tutorials are available, introduce into the use of GeoGebra.<br />
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Simplification of existing functions == ==<br />
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=== Text tool === <br />
In GeoGebra, there is even the possibility to create dynamic text, ie Values from the drawing may be included in the text, so that the text change in the drawing also changed.<br />
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However, the creation of'''dynamic text''' was perceived by many to be complicated, especially if you wanted to link multiple dynamic components. A new Text tool gives you a dialogue that is intended to simplify the entry. Instead of placing shares in quotes and give the individual components with a "+" to link it now a selection box where you can select individual objects. Thus, the selection of a point to the fact that its coordinates are displayed dynamically, and this is reflected by the fact that the name of the item is displayed in a box. Within this box you can make changes, then apply some functions, such as the determination of the x-value of this point.<br />
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Certainly important, the'''Preview''function' is. For the purposes of'''LaTeX''' there is finally a long'''list of templates''', as well as a large number of'''characters.''' Regarding the use of LaTeX, it was started by members of the Forum [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas in the English Wiki Manual] to prepare a list of standard formulas so that you can copy the code simple can.<br />
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=== Slider === <br />
Another small but important change is the fact that sliders have now'''dynamic limits.''' This means that you can use any value in GeoGebra now as a value for the upper or lower limits. Now it is possible, for example, fractions, set the slider to the counter so that he can have a maximum size of the denominator.<br />
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=== Animation ===<br />
Now it was only one possible'''animation with the help of sliders,''' to create then in version 4.0 provides a new opportunity. '''Points to any kind of line''' (line, line, circle, ... and associated routes - this semi-circle + line) were drawn can now be easily animated by a right click you turn on the animation . The animation on the infinitely long line has been designed so that the outward movement is faster.<br />
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=== Positioning of points ===<br />
Every now and again been in demand in the forum, if you do not restrict the movement of a point some way. There were opportunities to work, but it was cumbersome and could hold only one point in a rectangle and a circle. Gliders were only for circles or straight lines.<br />
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With the tool'''Point on Object''' you can now put a point on any face or, if you click on the edge of a surface, let him slide on the edge. The subsequent release or on-(A-) hanging one point was only possible through a redefinition of what was probably too complicated for novice users. You now have the tool'''point of attach / detach.'''<br />
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== Long-missing capabilities for the school ==<br />
Requests in the forum for new features worth it anyway. And so many other requests of the users have been implemented that have been missing for a long time.<br />
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=== Inequalities ===<br />
Finally, inequalities can now be specified and drawn. Not only '''linear''' but also for all types of '''conics.'''<br />
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The presentation included in the drawing window indicates whether < or <=. There is also an inverse representation possible in order to optimize the linear valid range to set them free. Linear inequalities with one variable can be '''intervals''' displayed on the axes in the usual presentation with filled or empty circle.<br />
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Interval data as <math> 3 <x <8 </ math> can now be used in other places where you'd otherwise use an AND operation.<br />
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=== List operations === <br />
Are now available ...<br />
* <Object> <List> ∈ is an element of<br />
* <List> ⊆ <List> is a subset of<br />
* <List> ⊂ <List> is a proper subset of<br />
* <List> \ <List> Determines the difference<br />
<List> * (N) defines the n-th element of the list.<br />
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The first query can return a boolean result variable, so <math> true </ math> or <math> false </ math>. The last two give you a list as a result.<br />
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=== Cut points can be indicated === <br />
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=== Significant new opportunities for functions ===<br />
Determination of ...<br />
* Absolute extrema for functions in the limited interval<br />
* Vertical asymptotes and limits (on the right side, left side)<br />
* ...<br />
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=== Loci of slider ===<br />
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''... needs some text ...''<br />
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== Scripting ==<br />
Under Scripting refers to a type of programming, which, put simply, SOGT sure that will run on a user action into multiple actions GeoGebra. In older versions this was possible only for HTML and JavaScript but knowledgeable in the current version you have installed without the possibility of programming skills in GeoGebra buttons or input lines and link them with a list of commands. You have to learn any new commands, but simply uses the commands as they can be used in the input line.<br />
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Especially for the new scripting commands have been introduced, with which one can influence, for example, the appearance of objects and the canvas.<br />
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== Finally == <br />
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=== Where is the CAS? ===<br />
If you ask this, you have probably heard or read CAS should be incorporated in version 4.0; a CAS window and for some time in the beta version was already available. Beginning in 2011, it was resolved by the developer side to try a new CAS system for GeoGebra. The previously built-MathPiper did not meet all required functionality, and so the use of an external CAS called Maxima was allowed. This allowed users a better tool, although a less than ideal one.<br />
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In 2011, a Java version of Reduce (computer algebra system) [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reduce_%28computer_algebra_system%29], one of the oldest CAS programs (1960) became available, it was converted to Open Source a few years. The integration of MPReduce was begun under the Google Summer of Code; testing proved it to be well integrated. The decision was made to let go all other versions of CAS. Since of the integration process would be incomplete for the release date of version 4.0, the developers took out the CAS view from version 4.0. The CAS version will be published in the next stable release called version 4.2.<br />
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Those interested can test the beta version to 4.2. As usual, they now find a link to a Web Start version in the sub-forum to version 4.2 (near the bottom of the page).<br />
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=== Printed or PDF? ===<br />
If you have this text as PDF or get printed, then you should definitely visit the page on the wiki directly, which is at the address<br />
* Http://wikis.zum.de/geogebra-rlp/Neuerungen_in_GeoGebra_4.0<br />
can be achieved. It is worthwhile, because there you can try some of the functions in the form of small embedded GeoGebra applets or experience, at least in "action". There the gif image is animated really well.<br />
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=== Actually, there are more new features===<br />
This page is certainly a very good overview of the new version 4.0, but there are many little things that were not mentioned here because it would be just too much. Anyone who wants can look around on the following page:<br />
*'''[Http://www.geogebra.org/trac/wiki/4.0 Official list] the most important changes:'''<br />
*'''[Release Notes 4.0 http://www.geogebra.org/en/wiki/index.php/Release_Notes_GeoGebra_4.0 ]''', where all changes are listed.<br />
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=== Where do I now get the version 4.0 from? ===<br />
It's simple: go to the [http://www.geogebra.org side of the GeoGebra project] in the top menu and select'''Download''' on. Appearing on the page you will find a selection of all possible types of use. '''Primary''GeoGebra' way, is a GeoGebra variant in which the perspective is "Elementary Geometry" same used at the beginning.</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:New_features_of_Version_4.0&diff=23151Tutorial:New features of Version 4.02011-11-13T17:13:25Z<p>Acron: /* Graphics view */</p>
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<div>In July 2009, the GeoGebra developers began working on the new version 4.0. Thanks to many new programmers, it has been once again been a huge increase in functionality. The list of new features compared to version 3.2 is overwhelmingly long. This summary page hopes to give you a window to the innovative benefit found in the new version 4.0.<br />
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'''''Do not be put off by the many new features of GeoGebra!''' GeoGebra is still just as easy to operate as before. None of the basic tools and functions have been removed or is replaced by something more complicated. Even if you do not use most of the innovations here, you can safely install the new version and explore new features as you need them.''<br />
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==Many new commands and tools ==<br />
[[File:InputHelpListCommands.PNG| thumb | List command in the input help]] The commands to list would be very time consuming. A summary of the changes, you could list as areas with the greatest growth function:<br />
* Stochastics<br />
* Data Analysis<br />
* Analysis<br />
* Graph-theory<br />
* Operations on sets (in GeoGebra there are''lists'')<br />
* ...<br />
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More important than all these functions, but the new '''list of all usable functions in GeoGebra''', which is now available as a side imposable range (''triangle in the rectangle in the lower right corner click .''). Sorted by topic you will probably find it faster than it was before in the shorter list of case. You get into this field not only the name but also the syntax presented and it is offered a button that leads directly into the manual wiki.<br />
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In the '''Wiki-Manual''' there are also lists, in which the commands are also sorted by topic. The advantage here is that you will sometimes refer to other functions and examples given. Two examples of advanced page in the wiki: <br />
* Check box [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/Check_Box_to_Show_/_Hide_Objects_Tool]<br />
* New Point Tool [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/New_Point_Tool]<br />
Also known as "simple" users can add information to the wiki and provide interesting examples of other colleagues.<br />
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== Surface == <br />
A frequently cited criticism is that GeoGebra to "inflated" by now, and it therefore no longer available for younger students had. So the surface is too complicated. Thanks to an extensive re-programming the surface, which was possible due to a new version of Java, it is now possible, the appearance of GeoGebra with just one click convert.<br />
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=== Perspectives ===<br />
It possible to make the so-called '''Perspectives''', some of which are already defined as a selection. A perspective is a default for the type and arrangement of the visible portion of view, the tools offered and general settings. So there is a prospect "Elementary Geometry", in which all the tools for simple drawing objects (not stacked) together are available, the only visible sign area and the font is slightly larger.<br />
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Perspectives can create yourself, if not one of the guidelines range. It all views are freely movable and can even outsource the GeoGebra window. None of the views must always be visible and you can therefore use a clean table window.<br />
[[File: Surface Neu.png | thumb | Axles changed up the design bar to a point]] is helpful for the younger artist'''design bar''', which is primarily there to the appearance of objects quickly . change Instead of looking in the extensive properties dialog, you can easily make changes directly accessible via a couple of buttons.<br />
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=== Graphics view ===<br />
Very interesting is the introduction of a '''second graphics window''' is. This can be set as different scales in two views. Practical example for separate consideration of function and derivative function, or simply to display text in a window. The mapping to a view of the drawing is done or can be retrofitted in the Properties dialog of the object are changed.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' function derived graphically and use another window to draw inference.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' representation of the unit circle and the trigonometric function depending on the angle<br />
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Even in the character area itself was working on the '''recruitment opportunities at the axles.''' This way you can now limit the axes to represent positive values, or always on the edge of the axes. Besides, you can now also functions as a function of other variables defined as x. Indicate to the already existing possibility a point in polar coordinates, then a polar coordinate grid is available.<br />
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=== Algebra view === <br />
A small but nice improvement has to offer algebra view: the information on the objects are now displayed with LaTeX, so you can see much better functional equations. Vectors and matrices are now displayed correctly.<br />
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== New features for the use of whiteboards or other touch devices ==<br />
That you want to use GeoGebra happy as a tool for teaching math at the interactive whiteboard is also understandable. Unfortunately, this has been quite inconvenient and you had / has to make do with only a few tricks, if you wanted to use not only prepared files. Now there are some changes that simplify operation and expand on the whiteboard.<br />
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* The aforementioned'''bar''design' allows quicker access to object properties. Otherwise it was very awkward to bring up the Properties dialog and change something there.<br />
* Changes to the properties you can save but also by adjusting the'''preferences for objects''' according to your wishes. In the settings, there is now a list of all objects where you almost can advance to adjust settings to look the way you want it.<br />
* A'''virtual keyboard''', which appears whenever you click on an input field (''after''the keyboard is enabled).<br />
* For smaller pupils and colleagues who have trouble reaching the top is drawing tools, now allows the'''Tools''strip down' view.<br />
* If you want something you have to sketch in a drawing, now no longer the image into a table GeoGebra software copy and paste. A simple'''pen tool''' allows the drawing by hand. Here, the image is stored as subscribed in GeoGebra.<br />
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'''NOTE:'''''A GeoGebra version for mobile phones or tablet is in the works. If your device has a JavaScript capable browser you can test it by visiting GeoGebra tube. Your browser does your device as a "mobile" before [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra] server, just so no Java support, then the mobile version of GeoGebra used. This works, but some already, but not, for example with files that use scripting or scripting does not work.''<br />
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== Extensions of the spreadsheet == <br />
There are many new functions for the integrated spreadsheet in GeoGebra.<br />
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The first new feature you can detect even if it displays the table and click on one of the cells. So there is now a special'''Table tool bar''', can be found in the tools that you can use in the table. The normal drawing tool bar will reappear when you dialing the algebra or the drawing view.<br />
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The appearance of the table and the display of values in the table can now also be affected. If you click right on the table, it can be in the context menu'''table''options' and select pre-set some properties. Thus, even the lines are rendered invisible. For the table, there is now also a'''design bar''', with one magazine ad, can set the background color, alignment, and borders. The input and correction of longer formulas is facilitated by an input field, as he is known also from other spreadsheet programs will be offered.<br />
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The'''co-sign from view and table''' has been further improved. Even in version 3.2 there was the function'''Trace to Spreadsheet''' now'''values in Table enter''', which was significantly improved. Points and any value (ie about the lengths of lines, angles, or a single coordinate) can now easily enter into the table. Conversely, now also offered tools with which you can generate from the data in the table, drawing objects and other expenses for the sign-view, such as'''table''','''''matrices', etc. to which it some small dialogs for setting options out there.<br />
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Now the very extensive amount of tools'''analysis of data''' is. If you have a list of dates and numbers - they can also be imported from other programs or copied to the table - you can make a variety of types of'''graphical and mathematical analysis''', two or more variables as well as simple statistics such as sum, average, etc.<br />
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== New export opportunities ==<br />
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In addition to the already previously exploitable opportunities for the export of GeoGebra out there are major changes. And also when exporting to HTML page, there are a few improvements.<br />
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[[File: Example export.gif gif | thumb | Exported GIF image]] Thus, besides the creation of complete HTML page, the possibility of'''Exports of applets for wikis, Moodle''' and as a Google Gadget .<br />
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Of interest is the ability to create an animation from a'''animated gif image.''' This one is independent of Java on mobile devices so that usually is not available.<br />
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The biggest innovation in this area is undoubtedly the introduction of a materials database under the name'''GeoGebra'''. You can upload directly from GeoGebra out the worksheet and must not have its own page on the Internet. GeoGebra also offers the possibility of using the files from other members and the organization of all selected worksheets to make them more useful to the students.<br />
:'': Log 'Exercise →''' On [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra], created file upload, copy, and paste it into other file collection.<br />
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YouTube on two video tutorials are available, introduce into the use of GeoGebra.<br />
<center> {{# ev: youtube | 2h_WepPQcc8 | 300}} {{# ev: youtube | CRk_jyZ-MI4 | 300}} </ center><br />
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Simplification of existing functions == ==<br />
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=== Text tool === <br />
In GeoGebra, there is even the possibility to create dynamic text, ie Values from the drawing may be included in the text, so that the text change in the drawing also changed.<br />
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However, the creation of'''dynamic text''' was perceived by many to be complicated, especially if you wanted to link multiple dynamic components. A new Text tool gives you a dialogue that is intended to simplify the entry. Instead of placing shares in quotes and give the individual components with a "+" to link it now a selection box where you can select individual objects. Thus, the selection of a point to the fact that its coordinates are displayed dynamically, and this is reflected by the fact that the name of the item is displayed in a box. Within this box you can make changes, then apply some functions, such as the determination of the x-value of this point.<br />
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Certainly important, the'''Preview''function' is. For the purposes of'''LaTeX''' there is finally a long'''list of templates''', as well as a large number of'''characters.''' Regarding the use of LaTeX, it was started by members of the Forum [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas in the English Wiki Manual] to prepare a list of standard formulas so that you can copy the code simple can.<br />
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=== Slider === <br />
Another small but important change is the fact that sliders have now'''dynamic limits.''' This means that you can use any value in GeoGebra now as a value for the upper or lower limits. Now it is possible, for example, fractions, set the slider to the counter so that he can have a maximum size of the denominator.<br />
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=== Animation ===<br />
Now it was only one possible'''animation with the help of sliders,''' to create then in version 4.0 provides a new opportunity. '''Points to any kind of line''' (line, line, circle, ... and associated routes - this semi-circle + line) were drawn can now be easily animated by a right click you turn on the animation . The animation on the infinitely long line has been designed so that the outward movement is faster.<br />
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=== Positioning of points ===<br />
Every now and again been in demand in the forum, if you do not restrict the movement of a point some way. There were opportunities to work, but it was cumbersome and could hold only one point in a rectangle and a circle. Gliders were only for circles or straight lines.<br />
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With the tool'''Point on Object''' you can now put a point on any face or, if you click on the edge of a surface, let him slide on the edge. The subsequent release or on-(A-) hanging one point was only possible through a redefinition of what was probably too complicated for novice users. You now have the tool'''point of attach / detach.'''<br />
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== Long-missing capabilities for the school ==<br />
Requests in the forum for new features worth it anyway. And so many other requests of the users have been implemented that have been missing for a long time.<br />
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=== Inequalities ===<br />
Finally, inequalities can now be specified and drawn. Not only '''linear''' but also for all types of '''conics.'''<br />
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The presentation included in the drawing window indicates whether < or <=. There is also an inverse representation possible in order to optimize the linear valid range to set them free. Linear inequalities with one variable can be '''intervals''' displayed on the axes in the usual presentation with filled or empty circle.<br />
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Interval data as <math> 3 <x <8 </ math> can now be used in other places where you'd otherwise use an AND operation.<br />
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=== List operations === <br />
Are now available ...<br />
* <Object> <List> ∈ is an element of<br />
* <List> ⊆ <List> is a subset of<br />
* <List> ⊂ <List> is a proper subset of<br />
* <List> \ <List> Determines the difference<br />
<List> * (N) defines the n-th element of the list.<br />
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The first query can return a boolean result variable, so <math> true </ math> or <math> false </ math>. The last two give you a list as a result.<br />
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=== Cut points can be indicated === <br />
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=== Significant new opportunities for functions ===<br />
Determination of ...<br />
* Absolute extrema for functions in the limited interval<br />
* Vertical asymptotes and limits (on the right side, left side)<br />
* ...<br />
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=== Loci of slider ===<br />
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''... needs some text ...''<br />
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== Scripting ==<br />
Under Scripting refers to a type of programming, which, put simply, SOGT sure that will run on a user action into multiple actions GeoGebra. In older versions this was possible only for HTML and JavaScript but knowledgeable in the current version you have installed without the possibility of programming skills in GeoGebra buttons or input lines and link them with a list of commands. You have to learn any new commands, but simply uses the commands as they can be used in the input line.<br />
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Especially for the new scripting commands have been introduced, with which one can influence, for example, the appearance of objects and the canvas.<br />
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== Finally == <br />
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=== Where is the CAS? ===<br />
If you ask this, you have probably heard or read CAS should be incorporated in version 4.0; a CAS window and for some time in the beta version was already available. Beginning in 2011, it was resolved by the developer side to try a new CAS system for GeoGebra. The previously built-MathPiper did not meet all required functionality, and so the use of an external CAS called Maxima was allowed. This allowed users a better tool, although a less than ideal one.<br />
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In 2011, a Java version of Reduce (computer algebra system) [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reduce_%28computer_algebra_system%29], one of the oldest CAS programs (1960) became available, it was converted to Open Source a few years. The integration of MPReduce was begun under the Google Summer of Code; testing proved it to be well integrated. The decision was made to let go all other versions of CAS. Since of the integration process would be incomplete for the release date of version 4.0, the developers took out the CAS view from version 4.0. The CAS version will be published in the next stable release called version 4.2.<br />
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Those interested can test the beta version to 4.2. As usual, they now find a link to a Web Start version in the sub-forum to version 4.2 (near the bottom of the page).<br />
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=== Printed or PDF? ===<br />
If you have this text as PDF or get printed, then you should definitely visit the page on the wiki directly, which is at the address<br />
* Http://wikis.zum.de/geogebra-rlp/Neuerungen_in_GeoGebra_4.0<br />
can be achieved. It is worthwhile, because there you can try some of the functions in the form of small embedded GeoGebra applets or experience, at least in "action". There the gif image is animated really well.<br />
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=== Actually, there are more new features===<br />
This page is certainly a very good overview of the new version 4.0, but there are many little things that were not mentioned here because it would be just too much. Anyone who wants can look around on the following page:<br />
*'''[Http://www.geogebra.org/trac/wiki/4.0 Official list] the most important changes:'''<br />
*'''[Release Notes 4.0 http://www.geogebra.org/en/wiki/index.php/Release_Notes_GeoGebra_4.0 ]''', where all changes are listed.<br />
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=== Where do I now get the version 4.0 from? ===<br />
It's simple: go to the [http://www.geogebra.org side of the GeoGebra project] in the top menu and select'''Download''' on. Appearing on the page you will find a selection of all possible types of use. '''Primary''GeoGebra' way, is a GeoGebra variant in which the perspective is "Elementary Geometry" same used at the beginning.</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:New_features_of_Version_4.0&diff=23150Tutorial:New features of Version 4.02011-11-13T17:09:09Z<p>Acron: /* Many new commands and tools */</p>
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<div>In July 2009, the GeoGebra developers began working on the new version 4.0. Thanks to many new programmers, it has been once again been a huge increase in functionality. The list of new features compared to version 3.2 is overwhelmingly long. This summary page hopes to give you a window to the innovative benefit found in the new version 4.0.<br />
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'''''Do not be put off by the many new features of GeoGebra!''' GeoGebra is still just as easy to operate as before. None of the basic tools and functions have been removed or is replaced by something more complicated. Even if you do not use most of the innovations here, you can safely install the new version and explore new features as you need them.''<br />
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==Many new commands and tools ==<br />
[[File:InputHelpListCommands.PNG| thumb | List command in the input help]] The commands to list would be very time consuming. A summary of the changes, you could list as areas with the greatest growth function:<br />
* Stochastics<br />
* Data Analysis<br />
* Analysis<br />
* Graph-theory<br />
* Operations on sets (in GeoGebra there are''lists'')<br />
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More important than all these functions, but the new '''list of all usable functions in GeoGebra''', which is now available as a side imposable range (''triangle in the rectangle in the lower right corner click .''). Sorted by topic you will probably find it faster than it was before in the shorter list of case. You get into this field not only the name but also the syntax presented and it is offered a button that leads directly into the manual wiki.<br />
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In the '''Wiki-Manual''' there are also lists, in which the commands are also sorted by topic. The advantage here is that you will sometimes refer to other functions and examples given. Two examples of advanced page in the wiki: <br />
* Check box [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/Check_Box_to_Show_/_Hide_Objects_Tool]<br />
* New Point Tool [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/New_Point_Tool]<br />
Also known as "simple" users can add information to the wiki and provide interesting examples of other colleagues.<br />
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== Surface == <br />
A frequently cited criticism is that GeoGebra to "inflated" by now, and it therefore no longer available for younger students had. So the surface is too complicated. Thanks to an extensive re-programming the surface, which was possible due to a new version of Java, it is now possible, the appearance of GeoGebra with just one click convert.<br />
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=== Perspectives ===<br />
It possible to make the so-called '''Perspectives''', some of which are already defined as a selection. A perspective is a default for the type and arrangement of the visible portion of view, the tools offered and general settings. So there is a prospect "Elementary Geometry", in which all the tools for simple drawing objects (not stacked) together are available, the only visible sign area and the font is slightly larger.<br />
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Perspectives can create yourself, if not one of the guidelines range. It all views are freely movable and can even outsource the GeoGebra window. None of the views must always be visible and you can therefore use a clean table window.<br />
[[File: Surface Neu.png | thumb | Axles changed up the design bar to a point]] is helpful for the younger artist'''design bar''', which is primarily there to the appearance of objects quickly . change Instead of looking in the extensive properties dialog, you can easily make changes directly accessible via a couple of buttons.<br />
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=== Graphics view ===<br />
Very interesting is the introduction of a'''second graphics window''' is. This can be set as different scales in two views. Practical example for separate consideration of function and derivative function, or simply to display text in a window. The mapping to a view of the drawing is done or can be retrofitted in the Properties dialog of the object are changed.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' function derived graphically and use another window to draw inference.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' representation of the unit circle and the trigonometric function depending on the angle<br />
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Even in the character area itself was working on the'''recruitment opportunities at the axles.''' This way you can now limit the axes to represent positive values, or always on the edge of the axes. Besides, you can now also functions as a function of other variables defined as x. Indicate to the already existing possibility a point in polar coordinates, then a polar coordinate grid is available.<br />
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=== Algebra view === <br />
A small but nice improvement has to offer algebra view: the information on the objects are now displayed with LaTeX, so you can see much better functional equations. Vectors and matrices are now displayed correctly.<br />
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== New features for the use of whiteboards or other touch devices ==<br />
That you want to use GeoGebra happy as a tool for teaching math at the interactive whiteboard is also understandable. Unfortunately, this has been quite inconvenient and you had / has to make do with only a few tricks, if you wanted to use not only prepared files. Now there are some changes that simplify operation and expand on the whiteboard.<br />
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* The aforementioned'''bar''design' allows quicker access to object properties. Otherwise it was very awkward to bring up the Properties dialog and change something there.<br />
* Changes to the properties you can save but also by adjusting the'''preferences for objects''' according to your wishes. In the settings, there is now a list of all objects where you almost can advance to adjust settings to look the way you want it.<br />
* A'''virtual keyboard''', which appears whenever you click on an input field (''after''the keyboard is enabled).<br />
* For smaller pupils and colleagues who have trouble reaching the top is drawing tools, now allows the'''Tools''strip down' view.<br />
* If you want something you have to sketch in a drawing, now no longer the image into a table GeoGebra software copy and paste. A simple'''pen tool''' allows the drawing by hand. Here, the image is stored as subscribed in GeoGebra.<br />
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'''NOTE:'''''A GeoGebra version for mobile phones or tablet is in the works. If your device has a JavaScript capable browser you can test it by visiting GeoGebra tube. Your browser does your device as a "mobile" before [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra] server, just so no Java support, then the mobile version of GeoGebra used. This works, but some already, but not, for example with files that use scripting or scripting does not work.''<br />
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== Extensions of the spreadsheet == <br />
There are many new functions for the integrated spreadsheet in GeoGebra.<br />
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The first new feature you can detect even if it displays the table and click on one of the cells. So there is now a special'''Table tool bar''', can be found in the tools that you can use in the table. The normal drawing tool bar will reappear when you dialing the algebra or the drawing view.<br />
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The appearance of the table and the display of values in the table can now also be affected. If you click right on the table, it can be in the context menu'''table''options' and select pre-set some properties. Thus, even the lines are rendered invisible. For the table, there is now also a'''design bar''', with one magazine ad, can set the background color, alignment, and borders. The input and correction of longer formulas is facilitated by an input field, as he is known also from other spreadsheet programs will be offered.<br />
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The'''co-sign from view and table''' has been further improved. Even in version 3.2 there was the function'''Trace to Spreadsheet''' now'''values in Table enter''', which was significantly improved. Points and any value (ie about the lengths of lines, angles, or a single coordinate) can now easily enter into the table. Conversely, now also offered tools with which you can generate from the data in the table, drawing objects and other expenses for the sign-view, such as'''table''','''''matrices', etc. to which it some small dialogs for setting options out there.<br />
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Now the very extensive amount of tools'''analysis of data''' is. If you have a list of dates and numbers - they can also be imported from other programs or copied to the table - you can make a variety of types of'''graphical and mathematical analysis''', two or more variables as well as simple statistics such as sum, average, etc.<br />
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== New export opportunities ==<br />
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In addition to the already previously exploitable opportunities for the export of GeoGebra out there are major changes. And also when exporting to HTML page, there are a few improvements.<br />
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[[File: Example export.gif gif | thumb | Exported GIF image]] Thus, besides the creation of complete HTML page, the possibility of'''Exports of applets for wikis, Moodle''' and as a Google Gadget .<br />
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Of interest is the ability to create an animation from a'''animated gif image.''' This one is independent of Java on mobile devices so that usually is not available.<br />
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The biggest innovation in this area is undoubtedly the introduction of a materials database under the name'''GeoGebra'''. You can upload directly from GeoGebra out the worksheet and must not have its own page on the Internet. GeoGebra also offers the possibility of using the files from other members and the organization of all selected worksheets to make them more useful to the students.<br />
:'': Log 'Exercise →''' On [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra], created file upload, copy, and paste it into other file collection.<br />
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YouTube on two video tutorials are available, introduce into the use of GeoGebra.<br />
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Simplification of existing functions == ==<br />
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=== Text tool === <br />
In GeoGebra, there is even the possibility to create dynamic text, ie Values from the drawing may be included in the text, so that the text change in the drawing also changed.<br />
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However, the creation of'''dynamic text''' was perceived by many to be complicated, especially if you wanted to link multiple dynamic components. A new Text tool gives you a dialogue that is intended to simplify the entry. Instead of placing shares in quotes and give the individual components with a "+" to link it now a selection box where you can select individual objects. Thus, the selection of a point to the fact that its coordinates are displayed dynamically, and this is reflected by the fact that the name of the item is displayed in a box. Within this box you can make changes, then apply some functions, such as the determination of the x-value of this point.<br />
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Certainly important, the'''Preview''function' is. For the purposes of'''LaTeX''' there is finally a long'''list of templates''', as well as a large number of'''characters.''' Regarding the use of LaTeX, it was started by members of the Forum [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas in the English Wiki Manual] to prepare a list of standard formulas so that you can copy the code simple can.<br />
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=== Slider === <br />
Another small but important change is the fact that sliders have now'''dynamic limits.''' This means that you can use any value in GeoGebra now as a value for the upper or lower limits. Now it is possible, for example, fractions, set the slider to the counter so that he can have a maximum size of the denominator.<br />
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=== Animation ===<br />
Now it was only one possible'''animation with the help of sliders,''' to create then in version 4.0 provides a new opportunity. '''Points to any kind of line''' (line, line, circle, ... and associated routes - this semi-circle + line) were drawn can now be easily animated by a right click you turn on the animation . The animation on the infinitely long line has been designed so that the outward movement is faster.<br />
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=== Positioning of points ===<br />
Every now and again been in demand in the forum, if you do not restrict the movement of a point some way. There were opportunities to work, but it was cumbersome and could hold only one point in a rectangle and a circle. Gliders were only for circles or straight lines.<br />
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With the tool'''Point on Object''' you can now put a point on any face or, if you click on the edge of a surface, let him slide on the edge. The subsequent release or on-(A-) hanging one point was only possible through a redefinition of what was probably too complicated for novice users. You now have the tool'''point of attach / detach.'''<br />
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== Long-missing capabilities for the school ==<br />
Requests in the forum for new features worth it anyway. And so many other requests of the users have been implemented that have been missing for a long time.<br />
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=== Inequalities ===<br />
Finally, inequalities can now be specified and drawn. Not only '''linear''' but also for all types of '''conics.'''<br />
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The presentation included in the drawing window indicates whether < or <=. There is also an inverse representation possible in order to optimize the linear valid range to set them free. Linear inequalities with one variable can be '''intervals''' displayed on the axes in the usual presentation with filled or empty circle.<br />
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Interval data as <math> 3 <x <8 </ math> can now be used in other places where you'd otherwise use an AND operation.<br />
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=== List operations === <br />
Are now available ...<br />
* <Object> <List> ∈ is an element of<br />
* <List> ⊆ <List> is a subset of<br />
* <List> ⊂ <List> is a proper subset of<br />
* <List> \ <List> Determines the difference<br />
<List> * (N) defines the n-th element of the list.<br />
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The first query can return a boolean result variable, so <math> true </ math> or <math> false </ math>. The last two give you a list as a result.<br />
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=== Cut points can be indicated === <br />
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=== Significant new opportunities for functions ===<br />
Determination of ...<br />
* Absolute extrema for functions in the limited interval<br />
* Vertical asymptotes and limits (on the right side, left side)<br />
* ...<br />
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=== Loci of slider ===<br />
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''... needs some text ...''<br />
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== Scripting ==<br />
Under Scripting refers to a type of programming, which, put simply, SOGT sure that will run on a user action into multiple actions GeoGebra. In older versions this was possible only for HTML and JavaScript but knowledgeable in the current version you have installed without the possibility of programming skills in GeoGebra buttons or input lines and link them with a list of commands. You have to learn any new commands, but simply uses the commands as they can be used in the input line.<br />
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Especially for the new scripting commands have been introduced, with which one can influence, for example, the appearance of objects and the canvas.<br />
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== Finally == <br />
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=== Where is the CAS? ===<br />
If you ask this, you have probably heard or read CAS should be incorporated in version 4.0; a CAS window and for some time in the beta version was already available. Beginning in 2011, it was resolved by the developer side to try a new CAS system for GeoGebra. The previously built-MathPiper did not meet all required functionality, and so the use of an external CAS called Maxima was allowed. This allowed users a better tool, although a less than ideal one.<br />
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In 2011, a Java version of Reduce (computer algebra system) [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reduce_%28computer_algebra_system%29], one of the oldest CAS programs (1960) became available, it was converted to Open Source a few years. The integration of MPReduce was begun under the Google Summer of Code; testing proved it to be well integrated. The decision was made to let go all other versions of CAS. Since of the integration process would be incomplete for the release date of version 4.0, the developers took out the CAS view from version 4.0. The CAS version will be published in the next stable release called version 4.2.<br />
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Those interested can test the beta version to 4.2. As usual, they now find a link to a Web Start version in the sub-forum to version 4.2 (near the bottom of the page).<br />
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=== Printed or PDF? ===<br />
If you have this text as PDF or get printed, then you should definitely visit the page on the wiki directly, which is at the address<br />
* Http://wikis.zum.de/geogebra-rlp/Neuerungen_in_GeoGebra_4.0<br />
can be achieved. It is worthwhile, because there you can try some of the functions in the form of small embedded GeoGebra applets or experience, at least in "action". There the gif image is animated really well.<br />
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=== Actually, there are more new features===<br />
This page is certainly a very good overview of the new version 4.0, but there are many little things that were not mentioned here because it would be just too much. Anyone who wants can look around on the following page:<br />
*'''[Http://www.geogebra.org/trac/wiki/4.0 Official list] the most important changes:'''<br />
*'''[Release Notes 4.0 http://www.geogebra.org/en/wiki/index.php/Release_Notes_GeoGebra_4.0 ]''', where all changes are listed.<br />
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=== Where do I now get the version 4.0 from? ===<br />
It's simple: go to the [http://www.geogebra.org side of the GeoGebra project] in the top menu and select'''Download''' on. Appearing on the page you will find a selection of all possible types of use. '''Primary''GeoGebra' way, is a GeoGebra variant in which the perspective is "Elementary Geometry" same used at the beginning.</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=File:InputHelpListCommands.PNG&diff=23149File:InputHelpListCommands.PNG2011-11-13T17:08:24Z<p>Acron: Input Help Command List</p>
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<div>Input Help Command List</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:New_features_of_Version_4.0&diff=23148Tutorial:New features of Version 4.02011-11-13T17:03:45Z<p>Acron: /* Many new commands and tools */</p>
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<div>In July 2009, the GeoGebra developers began working on the new version 4.0. Thanks to many new programmers, it has been once again been a huge increase in functionality. The list of new features compared to version 3.2 is overwhelmingly long. This summary page hopes to give you a window to the innovative benefit found in the new version 4.0.<br />
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'''''Do not be put off by the many new features of GeoGebra!''' GeoGebra is still just as easy to operate as before. None of the basic tools and functions have been removed or is replaced by something more complicated. Even if you do not use most of the innovations here, you can safely install the new version and explore new features as you need them.''<br />
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==Many new commands and tools ==<br />
[[File: Eingabehilfe.png | thumb | List command in the input help]] The commands to list would be very time consuming. A summary of the changes, you could list as areas with the greatest growth function:<br />
* Stochastics<br />
* Data Analysis<br />
* Analysis<br />
* Graph-theory<br />
* Operations on sets (in GeoGebra there are''lists'')<br />
* ...<br />
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More important than all these functions, but the new '''list of all usable functions in GeoGebra''', which is now available as a side imposable range (''triangle in the rectangle in the lower right corner click .''). Sorted by topic you will probably find it faster than it was before in the shorter list of case. You get into this field not only the name but also the syntax presented and it is offered a button that leads directly into the manual wiki.<br />
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In the '''Wiki-Manual''' there are also lists, in which the commands are also sorted by topic. The advantage here is that you will sometimes refer to other functions and examples given. Two examples of advanced page in the wiki: <br />
* Check box]<br />
* [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/New_Point_Tool]<br />
Also known as "simple" users can add information to the wiki and provide interesting examples of other colleagues.<br />
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== Surface == <br />
A frequently cited criticism is that GeoGebra to "inflated" by now, and it therefore no longer available for younger students had. So the surface is too complicated. Thanks to an extensive re-programming the surface, which was possible due to a new version of Java, it is now possible, the appearance of GeoGebra with just one click convert.<br />
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=== Perspectives ===<br />
It possible to make the so-called '''Perspectives''', some of which are already defined as a selection. A perspective is a default for the type and arrangement of the visible portion of view, the tools offered and general settings. So there is a prospect "Elementary Geometry", in which all the tools for simple drawing objects (not stacked) together are available, the only visible sign area and the font is slightly larger.<br />
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Perspectives can create yourself, if not one of the guidelines range. It all views are freely movable and can even outsource the GeoGebra window. None of the views must always be visible and you can therefore use a clean table window.<br />
[[File: Surface Neu.png | thumb | Axles changed up the design bar to a point]] is helpful for the younger artist'''design bar''', which is primarily there to the appearance of objects quickly . change Instead of looking in the extensive properties dialog, you can easily make changes directly accessible via a couple of buttons.<br />
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=== Graphics view ===<br />
Very interesting is the introduction of a'''second graphics window''' is. This can be set as different scales in two views. Practical example for separate consideration of function and derivative function, or simply to display text in a window. The mapping to a view of the drawing is done or can be retrofitted in the Properties dialog of the object are changed.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' function derived graphically and use another window to draw inference.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' representation of the unit circle and the trigonometric function depending on the angle<br />
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Even in the character area itself was working on the'''recruitment opportunities at the axles.''' This way you can now limit the axes to represent positive values, or always on the edge of the axes. Besides, you can now also functions as a function of other variables defined as x. Indicate to the already existing possibility a point in polar coordinates, then a polar coordinate grid is available.<br />
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=== Algebra view === <br />
A small but nice improvement has to offer algebra view: the information on the objects are now displayed with LaTeX, so you can see much better functional equations. Vectors and matrices are now displayed correctly.<br />
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== New features for the use of whiteboards or other touch devices ==<br />
That you want to use GeoGebra happy as a tool for teaching math at the interactive whiteboard is also understandable. Unfortunately, this has been quite inconvenient and you had / has to make do with only a few tricks, if you wanted to use not only prepared files. Now there are some changes that simplify operation and expand on the whiteboard.<br />
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* The aforementioned'''bar''design' allows quicker access to object properties. Otherwise it was very awkward to bring up the Properties dialog and change something there.<br />
* Changes to the properties you can save but also by adjusting the'''preferences for objects''' according to your wishes. In the settings, there is now a list of all objects where you almost can advance to adjust settings to look the way you want it.<br />
* A'''virtual keyboard''', which appears whenever you click on an input field (''after''the keyboard is enabled).<br />
* For smaller pupils and colleagues who have trouble reaching the top is drawing tools, now allows the'''Tools''strip down' view.<br />
* If you want something you have to sketch in a drawing, now no longer the image into a table GeoGebra software copy and paste. A simple'''pen tool''' allows the drawing by hand. Here, the image is stored as subscribed in GeoGebra.<br />
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'''NOTE:'''''A GeoGebra version for mobile phones or tablet is in the works. If your device has a JavaScript capable browser you can test it by visiting GeoGebra tube. Your browser does your device as a "mobile" before [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra] server, just so no Java support, then the mobile version of GeoGebra used. This works, but some already, but not, for example with files that use scripting or scripting does not work.''<br />
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== Extensions of the spreadsheet == <br />
There are many new functions for the integrated spreadsheet in GeoGebra.<br />
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The first new feature you can detect even if it displays the table and click on one of the cells. So there is now a special'''Table tool bar''', can be found in the tools that you can use in the table. The normal drawing tool bar will reappear when you dialing the algebra or the drawing view.<br />
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The appearance of the table and the display of values in the table can now also be affected. If you click right on the table, it can be in the context menu'''table''options' and select pre-set some properties. Thus, even the lines are rendered invisible. For the table, there is now also a'''design bar''', with one magazine ad, can set the background color, alignment, and borders. The input and correction of longer formulas is facilitated by an input field, as he is known also from other spreadsheet programs will be offered.<br />
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The'''co-sign from view and table''' has been further improved. Even in version 3.2 there was the function'''Trace to Spreadsheet''' now'''values in Table enter''', which was significantly improved. Points and any value (ie about the lengths of lines, angles, or a single coordinate) can now easily enter into the table. Conversely, now also offered tools with which you can generate from the data in the table, drawing objects and other expenses for the sign-view, such as'''table''','''''matrices', etc. to which it some small dialogs for setting options out there.<br />
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Now the very extensive amount of tools'''analysis of data''' is. If you have a list of dates and numbers - they can also be imported from other programs or copied to the table - you can make a variety of types of'''graphical and mathematical analysis''', two or more variables as well as simple statistics such as sum, average, etc.<br />
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== New export opportunities ==<br />
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In addition to the already previously exploitable opportunities for the export of GeoGebra out there are major changes. And also when exporting to HTML page, there are a few improvements.<br />
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[[File: Example export.gif gif | thumb | Exported GIF image]] Thus, besides the creation of complete HTML page, the possibility of'''Exports of applets for wikis, Moodle''' and as a Google Gadget .<br />
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Of interest is the ability to create an animation from a'''animated gif image.''' This one is independent of Java on mobile devices so that usually is not available.<br />
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The biggest innovation in this area is undoubtedly the introduction of a materials database under the name'''GeoGebra'''. You can upload directly from GeoGebra out the worksheet and must not have its own page on the Internet. GeoGebra also offers the possibility of using the files from other members and the organization of all selected worksheets to make them more useful to the students.<br />
:'': Log 'Exercise →''' On [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra], created file upload, copy, and paste it into other file collection.<br />
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YouTube on two video tutorials are available, introduce into the use of GeoGebra.<br />
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Simplification of existing functions == ==<br />
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=== Text tool === <br />
In GeoGebra, there is even the possibility to create dynamic text, ie Values from the drawing may be included in the text, so that the text change in the drawing also changed.<br />
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However, the creation of'''dynamic text''' was perceived by many to be complicated, especially if you wanted to link multiple dynamic components. A new Text tool gives you a dialogue that is intended to simplify the entry. Instead of placing shares in quotes and give the individual components with a "+" to link it now a selection box where you can select individual objects. Thus, the selection of a point to the fact that its coordinates are displayed dynamically, and this is reflected by the fact that the name of the item is displayed in a box. Within this box you can make changes, then apply some functions, such as the determination of the x-value of this point.<br />
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Certainly important, the'''Preview''function' is. For the purposes of'''LaTeX''' there is finally a long'''list of templates''', as well as a large number of'''characters.''' Regarding the use of LaTeX, it was started by members of the Forum [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas in the English Wiki Manual] to prepare a list of standard formulas so that you can copy the code simple can.<br />
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=== Slider === <br />
Another small but important change is the fact that sliders have now'''dynamic limits.''' This means that you can use any value in GeoGebra now as a value for the upper or lower limits. Now it is possible, for example, fractions, set the slider to the counter so that he can have a maximum size of the denominator.<br />
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=== Animation ===<br />
Now it was only one possible'''animation with the help of sliders,''' to create then in version 4.0 provides a new opportunity. '''Points to any kind of line''' (line, line, circle, ... and associated routes - this semi-circle + line) were drawn can now be easily animated by a right click you turn on the animation . The animation on the infinitely long line has been designed so that the outward movement is faster.<br />
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=== Positioning of points ===<br />
Every now and again been in demand in the forum, if you do not restrict the movement of a point some way. There were opportunities to work, but it was cumbersome and could hold only one point in a rectangle and a circle. Gliders were only for circles or straight lines.<br />
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With the tool'''Point on Object''' you can now put a point on any face or, if you click on the edge of a surface, let him slide on the edge. The subsequent release or on-(A-) hanging one point was only possible through a redefinition of what was probably too complicated for novice users. You now have the tool'''point of attach / detach.'''<br />
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== Long-missing capabilities for the school ==<br />
Requests in the forum for new features worth it anyway. And so many other requests of the users have been implemented that have been missing for a long time.<br />
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=== Inequalities ===<br />
Finally, inequalities can now be specified and drawn. Not only '''linear''' but also for all types of '''conics.'''<br />
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The presentation included in the drawing window indicates whether < or <=. There is also an inverse representation possible in order to optimize the linear valid range to set them free. Linear inequalities with one variable can be '''intervals''' displayed on the axes in the usual presentation with filled or empty circle.<br />
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Interval data as <math> 3 <x <8 </ math> can now be used in other places where you'd otherwise use an AND operation.<br />
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=== List operations === <br />
Are now available ...<br />
* <Object> <List> ∈ is an element of<br />
* <List> ⊆ <List> is a subset of<br />
* <List> ⊂ <List> is a proper subset of<br />
* <List> \ <List> Determines the difference<br />
<List> * (N) defines the n-th element of the list.<br />
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The first query can return a boolean result variable, so <math> true </ math> or <math> false </ math>. The last two give you a list as a result.<br />
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=== Cut points can be indicated === <br />
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=== Significant new opportunities for functions ===<br />
Determination of ...<br />
* Absolute extrema for functions in the limited interval<br />
* Vertical asymptotes and limits (on the right side, left side)<br />
* ...<br />
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=== Loci of slider ===<br />
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''... needs some text ...''<br />
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== Scripting ==<br />
Under Scripting refers to a type of programming, which, put simply, SOGT sure that will run on a user action into multiple actions GeoGebra. In older versions this was possible only for HTML and JavaScript but knowledgeable in the current version you have installed without the possibility of programming skills in GeoGebra buttons or input lines and link them with a list of commands. You have to learn any new commands, but simply uses the commands as they can be used in the input line.<br />
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Especially for the new scripting commands have been introduced, with which one can influence, for example, the appearance of objects and the canvas.<br />
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== Finally == <br />
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=== Where is the CAS? ===<br />
If you ask this, you have probably heard or read CAS should be incorporated in version 4.0; a CAS window and for some time in the beta version was already available. Beginning in 2011, it was resolved by the developer side to try a new CAS system for GeoGebra. The previously built-MathPiper did not meet all required functionality, and so the use of an external CAS called Maxima was allowed. This allowed users a better tool, although a less than ideal one.<br />
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In 2011, a Java version of Reduce (computer algebra system) [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reduce_%28computer_algebra_system%29], one of the oldest CAS programs (1960) became available, it was converted to Open Source a few years. The integration of MPReduce was begun under the Google Summer of Code; testing proved it to be well integrated. The decision was made to let go all other versions of CAS. Since of the integration process would be incomplete for the release date of version 4.0, the developers took out the CAS view from version 4.0. The CAS version will be published in the next stable release called version 4.2.<br />
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Those interested can test the beta version to 4.2. As usual, they now find a link to a Web Start version in the sub-forum to version 4.2 (near the bottom of the page).<br />
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=== Printed or PDF? ===<br />
If you have this text as PDF or get printed, then you should definitely visit the page on the wiki directly, which is at the address<br />
* Http://wikis.zum.de/geogebra-rlp/Neuerungen_in_GeoGebra_4.0<br />
can be achieved. It is worthwhile, because there you can try some of the functions in the form of small embedded GeoGebra applets or experience, at least in "action". There the gif image is animated really well.<br />
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=== Actually, there are more new features===<br />
This page is certainly a very good overview of the new version 4.0, but there are many little things that were not mentioned here because it would be just too much. Anyone who wants can look around on the following page:<br />
*'''[Http://www.geogebra.org/trac/wiki/4.0 Official list] the most important changes:'''<br />
*'''[Release Notes 4.0 http://www.geogebra.org/en/wiki/index.php/Release_Notes_GeoGebra_4.0 ]''', where all changes are listed.<br />
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=== Where do I now get the version 4.0 from? ===<br />
It's simple: go to the [http://www.geogebra.org side of the GeoGebra project] in the top menu and select'''Download''' on. Appearing on the page you will find a selection of all possible types of use. '''Primary''GeoGebra' way, is a GeoGebra variant in which the perspective is "Elementary Geometry" same used at the beginning.</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:New_features_of_Version_4.0&diff=23147Tutorial:New features of Version 4.02011-11-13T17:02:21Z<p>Acron: /* Many new commands and tools */</p>
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<div>In July 2009, the GeoGebra developers began working on the new version 4.0. Thanks to many new programmers, it has been once again been a huge increase in functionality. The list of new features compared to version 3.2 is overwhelmingly long. This summary page hopes to give you a window to the innovative benefit found in the new version 4.0.<br />
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'''''Do not be put off by the many new features of GeoGebra!''' GeoGebra is still just as easy to operate as before. None of the basic tools and functions have been removed or is replaced by something more complicated. Even if you do not use most of the innovations here, you can safely install the new version and explore new features as you need them.''<br />
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==Many new commands and tools ==<br />
[[File: Eingabehilfe.png | thumb | List command in the input help]] The commands to list would be very time consuming. A summary of the changes, you could list as areas with the greatest growth function:<br />
* Stochastics<br />
* Data Analysis<br />
* Analysis<br />
* Graph-theory<br />
* Operations on sets (in GeoGebra there are''lists'')<br />
* ...<br />
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More important than all these functions, but the new '''list of all usable functions in GeoGebra''', which is now available as a side imposable range (''triangle in the rectangle in the lower right corner click .''). Sorted by topic you will probably find it faster than it was before in the shorter list of case. You get into this field not only the name but also the syntax presented and it is offered a button that leads directly into the manual wiki.<br />
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In the '''Wiki-Manual''' there are also lists, in which the commands are also sorted by topic. The advantage here is that you will sometimes refer to other functions and examples given. Two examples of advanced page in the wiki: <br />
* Check box]<br />
* [http://wiki.geogebra.org/de/Neuer_Punkt_% 29% 28Werkzeug tool New Point]<br />
Also known as "simple" users can add information to the wiki and provide interesting examples of other colleagues.<br />
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== Surface == <br />
A frequently cited criticism is that GeoGebra to "inflated" by now, and it therefore no longer available for younger students had. So the surface is too complicated. Thanks to an extensive re-programming the surface, which was possible due to a new version of Java, it is now possible, the appearance of GeoGebra with just one click convert.<br />
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=== Perspectives ===<br />
It possible to make the so-called '''Perspectives''', some of which are already defined as a selection. A perspective is a default for the type and arrangement of the visible portion of view, the tools offered and general settings. So there is a prospect "Elementary Geometry", in which all the tools for simple drawing objects (not stacked) together are available, the only visible sign area and the font is slightly larger.<br />
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Perspectives can create yourself, if not one of the guidelines range. It all views are freely movable and can even outsource the GeoGebra window. None of the views must always be visible and you can therefore use a clean table window.<br />
[[File: Surface Neu.png | thumb | Axles changed up the design bar to a point]] is helpful for the younger artist'''design bar''', which is primarily there to the appearance of objects quickly . change Instead of looking in the extensive properties dialog, you can easily make changes directly accessible via a couple of buttons.<br />
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=== Graphics view ===<br />
Very interesting is the introduction of a'''second graphics window''' is. This can be set as different scales in two views. Practical example for separate consideration of function and derivative function, or simply to display text in a window. The mapping to a view of the drawing is done or can be retrofitted in the Properties dialog of the object are changed.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' function derived graphically and use another window to draw inference.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' representation of the unit circle and the trigonometric function depending on the angle<br />
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Even in the character area itself was working on the'''recruitment opportunities at the axles.''' This way you can now limit the axes to represent positive values, or always on the edge of the axes. Besides, you can now also functions as a function of other variables defined as x. Indicate to the already existing possibility a point in polar coordinates, then a polar coordinate grid is available.<br />
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=== Algebra view === <br />
A small but nice improvement has to offer algebra view: the information on the objects are now displayed with LaTeX, so you can see much better functional equations. Vectors and matrices are now displayed correctly.<br />
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== New features for the use of whiteboards or other touch devices ==<br />
That you want to use GeoGebra happy as a tool for teaching math at the interactive whiteboard is also understandable. Unfortunately, this has been quite inconvenient and you had / has to make do with only a few tricks, if you wanted to use not only prepared files. Now there are some changes that simplify operation and expand on the whiteboard.<br />
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* The aforementioned'''bar''design' allows quicker access to object properties. Otherwise it was very awkward to bring up the Properties dialog and change something there.<br />
* Changes to the properties you can save but also by adjusting the'''preferences for objects''' according to your wishes. In the settings, there is now a list of all objects where you almost can advance to adjust settings to look the way you want it.<br />
* A'''virtual keyboard''', which appears whenever you click on an input field (''after''the keyboard is enabled).<br />
* For smaller pupils and colleagues who have trouble reaching the top is drawing tools, now allows the'''Tools''strip down' view.<br />
* If you want something you have to sketch in a drawing, now no longer the image into a table GeoGebra software copy and paste. A simple'''pen tool''' allows the drawing by hand. Here, the image is stored as subscribed in GeoGebra.<br />
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'''NOTE:'''''A GeoGebra version for mobile phones or tablet is in the works. If your device has a JavaScript capable browser you can test it by visiting GeoGebra tube. Your browser does your device as a "mobile" before [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra] server, just so no Java support, then the mobile version of GeoGebra used. This works, but some already, but not, for example with files that use scripting or scripting does not work.''<br />
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== Extensions of the spreadsheet == <br />
There are many new functions for the integrated spreadsheet in GeoGebra.<br />
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The first new feature you can detect even if it displays the table and click on one of the cells. So there is now a special'''Table tool bar''', can be found in the tools that you can use in the table. The normal drawing tool bar will reappear when you dialing the algebra or the drawing view.<br />
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The appearance of the table and the display of values in the table can now also be affected. If you click right on the table, it can be in the context menu'''table''options' and select pre-set some properties. Thus, even the lines are rendered invisible. For the table, there is now also a'''design bar''', with one magazine ad, can set the background color, alignment, and borders. The input and correction of longer formulas is facilitated by an input field, as he is known also from other spreadsheet programs will be offered.<br />
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The'''co-sign from view and table''' has been further improved. Even in version 3.2 there was the function'''Trace to Spreadsheet''' now'''values in Table enter''', which was significantly improved. Points and any value (ie about the lengths of lines, angles, or a single coordinate) can now easily enter into the table. Conversely, now also offered tools with which you can generate from the data in the table, drawing objects and other expenses for the sign-view, such as'''table''','''''matrices', etc. to which it some small dialogs for setting options out there.<br />
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Now the very extensive amount of tools'''analysis of data''' is. If you have a list of dates and numbers - they can also be imported from other programs or copied to the table - you can make a variety of types of'''graphical and mathematical analysis''', two or more variables as well as simple statistics such as sum, average, etc.<br />
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== New export opportunities ==<br />
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In addition to the already previously exploitable opportunities for the export of GeoGebra out there are major changes. And also when exporting to HTML page, there are a few improvements.<br />
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[[File: Example export.gif gif | thumb | Exported GIF image]] Thus, besides the creation of complete HTML page, the possibility of'''Exports of applets for wikis, Moodle''' and as a Google Gadget .<br />
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Of interest is the ability to create an animation from a'''animated gif image.''' This one is independent of Java on mobile devices so that usually is not available.<br />
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The biggest innovation in this area is undoubtedly the introduction of a materials database under the name'''GeoGebra'''. You can upload directly from GeoGebra out the worksheet and must not have its own page on the Internet. GeoGebra also offers the possibility of using the files from other members and the organization of all selected worksheets to make them more useful to the students.<br />
:'': Log 'Exercise →''' On [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra], created file upload, copy, and paste it into other file collection.<br />
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YouTube on two video tutorials are available, introduce into the use of GeoGebra.<br />
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Simplification of existing functions == ==<br />
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=== Text tool === <br />
In GeoGebra, there is even the possibility to create dynamic text, ie Values from the drawing may be included in the text, so that the text change in the drawing also changed.<br />
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However, the creation of'''dynamic text''' was perceived by many to be complicated, especially if you wanted to link multiple dynamic components. A new Text tool gives you a dialogue that is intended to simplify the entry. Instead of placing shares in quotes and give the individual components with a "+" to link it now a selection box where you can select individual objects. Thus, the selection of a point to the fact that its coordinates are displayed dynamically, and this is reflected by the fact that the name of the item is displayed in a box. Within this box you can make changes, then apply some functions, such as the determination of the x-value of this point.<br />
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Certainly important, the'''Preview''function' is. For the purposes of'''LaTeX''' there is finally a long'''list of templates''', as well as a large number of'''characters.''' Regarding the use of LaTeX, it was started by members of the Forum [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas in the English Wiki Manual] to prepare a list of standard formulas so that you can copy the code simple can.<br />
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=== Slider === <br />
Another small but important change is the fact that sliders have now'''dynamic limits.''' This means that you can use any value in GeoGebra now as a value for the upper or lower limits. Now it is possible, for example, fractions, set the slider to the counter so that he can have a maximum size of the denominator.<br />
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=== Animation ===<br />
Now it was only one possible'''animation with the help of sliders,''' to create then in version 4.0 provides a new opportunity. '''Points to any kind of line''' (line, line, circle, ... and associated routes - this semi-circle + line) were drawn can now be easily animated by a right click you turn on the animation . The animation on the infinitely long line has been designed so that the outward movement is faster.<br />
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=== Positioning of points ===<br />
Every now and again been in demand in the forum, if you do not restrict the movement of a point some way. There were opportunities to work, but it was cumbersome and could hold only one point in a rectangle and a circle. Gliders were only for circles or straight lines.<br />
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With the tool'''Point on Object''' you can now put a point on any face or, if you click on the edge of a surface, let him slide on the edge. The subsequent release or on-(A-) hanging one point was only possible through a redefinition of what was probably too complicated for novice users. You now have the tool'''point of attach / detach.'''<br />
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== Long-missing capabilities for the school ==<br />
Requests in the forum for new features worth it anyway. And so many other requests of the users have been implemented that have been missing for a long time.<br />
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=== Inequalities ===<br />
Finally, inequalities can now be specified and drawn. Not only '''linear''' but also for all types of '''conics.'''<br />
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The presentation included in the drawing window indicates whether < or <=. There is also an inverse representation possible in order to optimize the linear valid range to set them free. Linear inequalities with one variable can be '''intervals''' displayed on the axes in the usual presentation with filled or empty circle.<br />
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Interval data as <math> 3 <x <8 </ math> can now be used in other places where you'd otherwise use an AND operation.<br />
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=== List operations === <br />
Are now available ...<br />
* <Object> <List> ∈ is an element of<br />
* <List> ⊆ <List> is a subset of<br />
* <List> ⊂ <List> is a proper subset of<br />
* <List> \ <List> Determines the difference<br />
<List> * (N) defines the n-th element of the list.<br />
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The first query can return a boolean result variable, so <math> true </ math> or <math> false </ math>. The last two give you a list as a result.<br />
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=== Cut points can be indicated === <br />
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=== Significant new opportunities for functions ===<br />
Determination of ...<br />
* Absolute extrema for functions in the limited interval<br />
* Vertical asymptotes and limits (on the right side, left side)<br />
* ...<br />
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=== Loci of slider ===<br />
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''... needs some text ...''<br />
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== Scripting ==<br />
Under Scripting refers to a type of programming, which, put simply, SOGT sure that will run on a user action into multiple actions GeoGebra. In older versions this was possible only for HTML and JavaScript but knowledgeable in the current version you have installed without the possibility of programming skills in GeoGebra buttons or input lines and link them with a list of commands. You have to learn any new commands, but simply uses the commands as they can be used in the input line.<br />
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Especially for the new scripting commands have been introduced, with which one can influence, for example, the appearance of objects and the canvas.<br />
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== Finally == <br />
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=== Where is the CAS? ===<br />
If you ask this, you have probably heard or read CAS should be incorporated in version 4.0; a CAS window and for some time in the beta version was already available. Beginning in 2011, it was resolved by the developer side to try a new CAS system for GeoGebra. The previously built-MathPiper did not meet all required functionality, and so the use of an external CAS called Maxima was allowed. This allowed users a better tool, although a less than ideal one.<br />
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In 2011, a Java version of Reduce (computer algebra system) [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reduce_%28computer_algebra_system%29], one of the oldest CAS programs (1960) became available, it was converted to Open Source a few years. The integration of MPReduce was begun under the Google Summer of Code; testing proved it to be well integrated. The decision was made to let go all other versions of CAS. Since of the integration process would be incomplete for the release date of version 4.0, the developers took out the CAS view from version 4.0. The CAS version will be published in the next stable release called version 4.2.<br />
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Those interested can test the beta version to 4.2. As usual, they now find a link to a Web Start version in the sub-forum to version 4.2 (near the bottom of the page).<br />
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=== Printed or PDF? ===<br />
If you have this text as PDF or get printed, then you should definitely visit the page on the wiki directly, which is at the address<br />
* Http://wikis.zum.de/geogebra-rlp/Neuerungen_in_GeoGebra_4.0<br />
can be achieved. It is worthwhile, because there you can try some of the functions in the form of small embedded GeoGebra applets or experience, at least in "action". There the gif image is animated really well.<br />
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=== Actually, there are more new features===<br />
This page is certainly a very good overview of the new version 4.0, but there are many little things that were not mentioned here because it would be just too much. Anyone who wants can look around on the following page:<br />
*'''[Http://www.geogebra.org/trac/wiki/4.0 Official list] the most important changes:'''<br />
*'''[Release Notes 4.0 http://www.geogebra.org/en/wiki/index.php/Release_Notes_GeoGebra_4.0 ]''', where all changes are listed.<br />
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=== Where do I now get the version 4.0 from? ===<br />
It's simple: go to the [http://www.geogebra.org side of the GeoGebra project] in the top menu and select'''Download''' on. Appearing on the page you will find a selection of all possible types of use. '''Primary''GeoGebra' way, is a GeoGebra variant in which the perspective is "Elementary Geometry" same used at the beginning.</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:New_features_of_Version_4.0&diff=23146Tutorial:New features of Version 4.02011-11-13T16:57:39Z<p>Acron: </p>
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<div>In July 2009, the GeoGebra developers began working on the new version 4.0. Thanks to many new programmers, it has been once again been a huge increase in functionality. The list of new features compared to version 3.2 is overwhelmingly long. This summary page hopes to give you a window to the innovative benefit found in the new version 4.0.<br />
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'''''Do not be put off by the many new features of GeoGebra!''' GeoGebra is still just as easy to operate as before. None of the basic tools and functions have been removed or is replaced by something more complicated. Even if you do not use most of the innovations here, you can safely install the new version and explore new features as you need them.''<br />
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==Many new commands and tools ==<br />
[[File: Eingabehilfe.png | thumb | List command in the input help]] The commands to list would be very time consuming. A summary of the changes, you could list as areas with the greatest growth function:<br />
* Stochastics<br />
* Data Analysis<br />
* Analysis<br />
* Graph-theory<br />
* Operations on sets (in GeoGebra there are''lists'')<br />
* ...<br />
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More important than all these functions, but the new '''list of all usable functions in GeoGebra''', which is now available as a side imposable range (''triangle in the rectangle in the lower right corner click .''). Sorted by topic you will probably find it faster than it was before in the shorter list of case. You get into this field not only the name but also the syntax presented and it is offered a button that leads directly into the manual wiki.<br />
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In the '''Wiki-Manual''' there are also lists, in which the commands are also sorted by topic. The advantage here is that you will sometimes refer to other functions and examples given. Two examples of advanced page in the wiki: <br />
* Check box]<br />
* [Http://wiki.geogebra.org/de/Neuer_Punkt_% 29% 28Werkzeug tool New Point]<br />
Also known as "simple" users can add information to the wiki and provide interesting examples of other colleagues.<br />
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== Surface == <br />
A frequently cited criticism is that GeoGebra to "inflated" by now, and it therefore no longer available for younger students had. So the surface is too complicated. Thanks to an extensive re-programming the surface, which was possible due to a new version of Java, it is now possible, the appearance of GeoGebra with just one click convert.<br />
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=== Perspectives ===<br />
It possible to make the so-called '''Perspectives''', some of which are already defined as a selection. A perspective is a default for the type and arrangement of the visible portion of view, the tools offered and general settings. So there is a prospect "Elementary Geometry", in which all the tools for simple drawing objects (not stacked) together are available, the only visible sign area and the font is slightly larger.<br />
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Perspectives can create yourself, if not one of the guidelines range. It all views are freely movable and can even outsource the GeoGebra window. None of the views must always be visible and you can therefore use a clean table window.<br />
[[File: Surface Neu.png | thumb | Axles changed up the design bar to a point]] is helpful for the younger artist'''design bar''', which is primarily there to the appearance of objects quickly . change Instead of looking in the extensive properties dialog, you can easily make changes directly accessible via a couple of buttons.<br />
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=== Graphics view ===<br />
Very interesting is the introduction of a'''second graphics window''' is. This can be set as different scales in two views. Practical example for separate consideration of function and derivative function, or simply to display text in a window. The mapping to a view of the drawing is done or can be retrofitted in the Properties dialog of the object are changed.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' function derived graphically and use another window to draw inference.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' representation of the unit circle and the trigonometric function depending on the angle<br />
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Even in the character area itself was working on the'''recruitment opportunities at the axles.''' This way you can now limit the axes to represent positive values, or always on the edge of the axes. Besides, you can now also functions as a function of other variables defined as x. Indicate to the already existing possibility a point in polar coordinates, then a polar coordinate grid is available.<br />
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=== Algebra view === <br />
A small but nice improvement has to offer algebra view: the information on the objects are now displayed with LaTeX, so you can see much better functional equations. Vectors and matrices are now displayed correctly.<br />
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== New features for the use of whiteboards or other touch devices ==<br />
That you want to use GeoGebra happy as a tool for teaching math at the interactive whiteboard is also understandable. Unfortunately, this has been quite inconvenient and you had / has to make do with only a few tricks, if you wanted to use not only prepared files. Now there are some changes that simplify operation and expand on the whiteboard.<br />
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* The aforementioned'''bar''design' allows quicker access to object properties. Otherwise it was very awkward to bring up the Properties dialog and change something there.<br />
* Changes to the properties you can save but also by adjusting the'''preferences for objects''' according to your wishes. In the settings, there is now a list of all objects where you almost can advance to adjust settings to look the way you want it.<br />
* A'''virtual keyboard''', which appears whenever you click on an input field (''after''the keyboard is enabled).<br />
* For smaller pupils and colleagues who have trouble reaching the top is drawing tools, now allows the'''Tools''strip down' view.<br />
* If you want something you have to sketch in a drawing, now no longer the image into a table GeoGebra software copy and paste. A simple'''pen tool''' allows the drawing by hand. Here, the image is stored as subscribed in GeoGebra.<br />
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'''NOTE:'''''A GeoGebra version for mobile phones or tablet is in the works. If your device has a JavaScript capable browser you can test it by visiting GeoGebra tube. Your browser does your device as a "mobile" before [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra] server, just so no Java support, then the mobile version of GeoGebra used. This works, but some already, but not, for example with files that use scripting or scripting does not work.''<br />
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== Extensions of the spreadsheet == <br />
There are many new functions for the integrated spreadsheet in GeoGebra.<br />
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The first new feature you can detect even if it displays the table and click on one of the cells. So there is now a special'''Table tool bar''', can be found in the tools that you can use in the table. The normal drawing tool bar will reappear when you dialing the algebra or the drawing view.<br />
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The appearance of the table and the display of values in the table can now also be affected. If you click right on the table, it can be in the context menu'''table''options' and select pre-set some properties. Thus, even the lines are rendered invisible. For the table, there is now also a'''design bar''', with one magazine ad, can set the background color, alignment, and borders. The input and correction of longer formulas is facilitated by an input field, as he is known also from other spreadsheet programs will be offered.<br />
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The'''co-sign from view and table''' has been further improved. Even in version 3.2 there was the function'''Trace to Spreadsheet''' now'''values in Table enter''', which was significantly improved. Points and any value (ie about the lengths of lines, angles, or a single coordinate) can now easily enter into the table. Conversely, now also offered tools with which you can generate from the data in the table, drawing objects and other expenses for the sign-view, such as'''table''','''''matrices', etc. to which it some small dialogs for setting options out there.<br />
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Now the very extensive amount of tools'''analysis of data''' is. If you have a list of dates and numbers - they can also be imported from other programs or copied to the table - you can make a variety of types of'''graphical and mathematical analysis''', two or more variables as well as simple statistics such as sum, average, etc.<br />
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== New export opportunities ==<br />
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In addition to the already previously exploitable opportunities for the export of GeoGebra out there are major changes. And also when exporting to HTML page, there are a few improvements.<br />
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[[File: Example export.gif gif | thumb | Exported GIF image]] Thus, besides the creation of complete HTML page, the possibility of'''Exports of applets for wikis, Moodle''' and as a Google Gadget .<br />
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Of interest is the ability to create an animation from a'''animated gif image.''' This one is independent of Java on mobile devices so that usually is not available.<br />
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The biggest innovation in this area is undoubtedly the introduction of a materials database under the name'''GeoGebra'''. You can upload directly from GeoGebra out the worksheet and must not have its own page on the Internet. GeoGebra also offers the possibility of using the files from other members and the organization of all selected worksheets to make them more useful to the students.<br />
:'': Log 'Exercise →''' On [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra], created file upload, copy, and paste it into other file collection.<br />
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YouTube on two video tutorials are available, introduce into the use of GeoGebra.<br />
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Simplification of existing functions == ==<br />
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=== Text tool === <br />
In GeoGebra, there is even the possibility to create dynamic text, ie Values from the drawing may be included in the text, so that the text change in the drawing also changed.<br />
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However, the creation of'''dynamic text''' was perceived by many to be complicated, especially if you wanted to link multiple dynamic components. A new Text tool gives you a dialogue that is intended to simplify the entry. Instead of placing shares in quotes and give the individual components with a "+" to link it now a selection box where you can select individual objects. Thus, the selection of a point to the fact that its coordinates are displayed dynamically, and this is reflected by the fact that the name of the item is displayed in a box. Within this box you can make changes, then apply some functions, such as the determination of the x-value of this point.<br />
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Certainly important, the'''Preview''function' is. For the purposes of'''LaTeX''' there is finally a long'''list of templates''', as well as a large number of'''characters.''' Regarding the use of LaTeX, it was started by members of the Forum [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas in the English Wiki Manual] to prepare a list of standard formulas so that you can copy the code simple can.<br />
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=== Slider === <br />
Another small but important change is the fact that sliders have now'''dynamic limits.''' This means that you can use any value in GeoGebra now as a value for the upper or lower limits. Now it is possible, for example, fractions, set the slider to the counter so that he can have a maximum size of the denominator.<br />
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=== Animation ===<br />
Now it was only one possible'''animation with the help of sliders,''' to create then in version 4.0 provides a new opportunity. '''Points to any kind of line''' (line, line, circle, ... and associated routes - this semi-circle + line) were drawn can now be easily animated by a right click you turn on the animation . The animation on the infinitely long line has been designed so that the outward movement is faster.<br />
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=== Positioning of points ===<br />
Every now and again been in demand in the forum, if you do not restrict the movement of a point some way. There were opportunities to work, but it was cumbersome and could hold only one point in a rectangle and a circle. Gliders were only for circles or straight lines.<br />
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With the tool'''Point on Object''' you can now put a point on any face or, if you click on the edge of a surface, let him slide on the edge. The subsequent release or on-(A-) hanging one point was only possible through a redefinition of what was probably too complicated for novice users. You now have the tool'''point of attach / detach.'''<br />
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== Long-missing capabilities for the school ==<br />
Requests in the forum for new features worth it anyway. And so many other requests of the users have been implemented that have been missing for a long time.<br />
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=== Inequalities ===<br />
Finally, inequalities can now be specified and drawn. Not only '''linear''' but also for all types of '''conics.'''<br />
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The presentation included in the drawing window indicates whether < or <=. There is also an inverse representation possible in order to optimize the linear valid range to set them free. Linear inequalities with one variable can be '''intervals''' displayed on the axes in the usual presentation with filled or empty circle.<br />
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Interval data as <math> 3 <x <8 </ math> can now be used in other places where you'd otherwise use an AND operation.<br />
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=== List operations === <br />
Are now available ...<br />
* <Object> <List> ∈ is an element of<br />
* <List> ⊆ <List> is a subset of<br />
* <List> ⊂ <List> is a proper subset of<br />
* <List> \ <List> Determines the difference<br />
<List> * (N) defines the n-th element of the list.<br />
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The first query can return a boolean result variable, so <math> true </ math> or <math> false </ math>. The last two give you a list as a result.<br />
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=== Cut points can be indicated === <br />
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=== Significant new opportunities for functions ===<br />
Determination of ...<br />
* Absolute extrema for functions in the limited interval<br />
* Vertical asymptotes and limits (on the right side, left side)<br />
* ...<br />
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=== Loci of slider ===<br />
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''... needs some text ...''<br />
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== Scripting ==<br />
Under Scripting refers to a type of programming, which, put simply, SOGT sure that will run on a user action into multiple actions GeoGebra. In older versions this was possible only for HTML and JavaScript but knowledgeable in the current version you have installed without the possibility of programming skills in GeoGebra buttons or input lines and link them with a list of commands. You have to learn any new commands, but simply uses the commands as they can be used in the input line.<br />
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Especially for the new scripting commands have been introduced, with which one can influence, for example, the appearance of objects and the canvas.<br />
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== Finally == <br />
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=== Where is the CAS? ===<br />
If you ask this, you have probably heard or read CAS should be incorporated in version 4.0; a CAS window and for some time in the beta version was already available. Beginning in 2011, it was resolved by the developer side to try a new CAS system for GeoGebra. The previously built-MathPiper did not meet all required functionality, and so the use of an external CAS called Maxima was allowed. This allowed users a better tool, although a less than ideal one.<br />
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In 2011, a Java version of Reduce (computer algebra system) [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reduce_%28computer_algebra_system%29], one of the oldest CAS programs (1960) became available, it was converted to Open Source a few years. The integration of MPReduce was begun under the Google Summer of Code; testing proved it to be well integrated. The decision was made to let go all other versions of CAS. Since of the integration process would be incomplete for the release date of version 4.0, the developers took out the CAS view from version 4.0. The CAS version will be published in the next stable release called version 4.2.<br />
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Those interested can test the beta version to 4.2. As usual, they now find a link to a Web Start version in the sub-forum to version 4.2 (near the bottom of the page).<br />
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=== Printed or PDF? ===<br />
If you have this text as PDF or get printed, then you should definitely visit the page on the wiki directly, which is at the address<br />
* Http://wikis.zum.de/geogebra-rlp/Neuerungen_in_GeoGebra_4.0<br />
can be achieved. It is worthwhile, because there you can try some of the functions in the form of small embedded GeoGebra applets or experience, at least in "action". There the gif image is animated really well.<br />
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=== Actually, there are more new features===<br />
This page is certainly a very good overview of the new version 4.0, but there are many little things that were not mentioned here because it would be just too much. Anyone who wants can look around on the following page:<br />
*'''[Http://www.geogebra.org/trac/wiki/4.0 Official list] the most important changes:'''<br />
*'''[Release Notes 4.0 http://www.geogebra.org/en/wiki/index.php/Release_Notes_GeoGebra_4.0 ]''', where all changes are listed.<br />
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=== Where do I now get the version 4.0 from? ===<br />
It's simple: go to the [http://www.geogebra.org side of the GeoGebra project] in the top menu and select'''Download''' on. Appearing on the page you will find a selection of all possible types of use. '''Primary''GeoGebra' way, is a GeoGebra variant in which the perspective is "Elementary Geometry" same used at the beginning.</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:New_features_of_Version_4.0&diff=23145Tutorial:New features of Version 4.02011-11-13T16:56:34Z<p>Acron: </p>
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<div>In July 2009, the GeoGebra developers began working on the new version 4.0. Thanks to many new programmers, it has been once again been a huge increase in functionality. The list of new features compared to version 3.2 is overwhelmingly long. This summary page hopes to give you a window to the innovative benefit found in the new version 4.0.<br />
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'''''Do not be put off by the many new features of GeoGebra!''' GeoGebra is still just as easy to operate as before. None of the basic tools and functions have been removed or is replaced by something more complicated. Even if you do not use most of the innovations here, you can safely install the new version and explore it in the future.''<br />
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==Many new commands and tools ==<br />
[[File: Eingabehilfe.png | thumb | List command in the input help]] The commands to list would be very time consuming. A summary of the changes, you could list as areas with the greatest growth function:<br />
* Stochastics<br />
* Data Analysis<br />
* Analysis<br />
* Graph-theory<br />
* Operations on sets (in GeoGebra there are''lists'')<br />
* ...<br />
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More important than all these functions, but the new '''list of all usable functions in GeoGebra''', which is now available as a side imposable range (''triangle in the rectangle in the lower right corner click .''). Sorted by topic you will probably find it faster than it was before in the shorter list of case. You get into this field not only the name but also the syntax presented and it is offered a button that leads directly into the manual wiki.<br />
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In the '''Wiki-Manual''' there are also lists, in which the commands are also sorted by topic. The advantage here is that you will sometimes refer to other functions and examples given. Two examples of advanced page in the wiki: <br />
* Check box]<br />
* [Http://wiki.geogebra.org/de/Neuer_Punkt_% 29% 28Werkzeug tool New Point]<br />
Also known as "simple" users can add information to the wiki and provide interesting examples of other colleagues.<br />
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== Surface == <br />
A frequently cited criticism is that GeoGebra to "inflated" by now, and it therefore no longer available for younger students had. So the surface is too complicated. Thanks to an extensive re-programming the surface, which was possible due to a new version of Java, it is now possible, the appearance of GeoGebra with just one click convert.<br />
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=== Perspectives ===<br />
It possible to make the so-called '''Perspectives''', some of which are already defined as a selection. A perspective is a default for the type and arrangement of the visible portion of view, the tools offered and general settings. So there is a prospect "Elementary Geometry", in which all the tools for simple drawing objects (not stacked) together are available, the only visible sign area and the font is slightly larger.<br />
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Perspectives can create yourself, if not one of the guidelines range. It all views are freely movable and can even outsource the GeoGebra window. None of the views must always be visible and you can therefore use a clean table window.<br />
[[File: Surface Neu.png | thumb | Axles changed up the design bar to a point]] is helpful for the younger artist'''design bar''', which is primarily there to the appearance of objects quickly . change Instead of looking in the extensive properties dialog, you can easily make changes directly accessible via a couple of buttons.<br />
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=== Graphics view ===<br />
Very interesting is the introduction of a'''second graphics window''' is. This can be set as different scales in two views. Practical example for separate consideration of function and derivative function, or simply to display text in a window. The mapping to a view of the drawing is done or can be retrofitted in the Properties dialog of the object are changed.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' function derived graphically and use another window to draw inference.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' representation of the unit circle and the trigonometric function depending on the angle<br />
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Even in the character area itself was working on the'''recruitment opportunities at the axles.''' This way you can now limit the axes to represent positive values, or always on the edge of the axes. Besides, you can now also functions as a function of other variables defined as x. Indicate to the already existing possibility a point in polar coordinates, then a polar coordinate grid is available.<br />
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=== Algebra view === <br />
A small but nice improvement has to offer algebra view: the information on the objects are now displayed with LaTeX, so you can see much better functional equations. Vectors and matrices are now displayed correctly.<br />
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== New features for the use of whiteboards or other touch devices ==<br />
That you want to use GeoGebra happy as a tool for teaching math at the interactive whiteboard is also understandable. Unfortunately, this has been quite inconvenient and you had / has to make do with only a few tricks, if you wanted to use not only prepared files. Now there are some changes that simplify operation and expand on the whiteboard.<br />
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* The aforementioned'''bar''design' allows quicker access to object properties. Otherwise it was very awkward to bring up the Properties dialog and change something there.<br />
* Changes to the properties you can save but also by adjusting the'''preferences for objects''' according to your wishes. In the settings, there is now a list of all objects where you almost can advance to adjust settings to look the way you want it.<br />
* A'''virtual keyboard''', which appears whenever you click on an input field (''after''the keyboard is enabled).<br />
* For smaller pupils and colleagues who have trouble reaching the top is drawing tools, now allows the'''Tools''strip down' view.<br />
* If you want something you have to sketch in a drawing, now no longer the image into a table GeoGebra software copy and paste. A simple'''pen tool''' allows the drawing by hand. Here, the image is stored as subscribed in GeoGebra.<br />
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'''NOTE:'''''A GeoGebra version for mobile phones or tablet is in the works. If your device has a JavaScript capable browser you can test it by visiting GeoGebra tube. Your browser does your device as a "mobile" before [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra] server, just so no Java support, then the mobile version of GeoGebra used. This works, but some already, but not, for example with files that use scripting or scripting does not work.''<br />
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== Extensions of the spreadsheet == <br />
There are many new functions for the integrated spreadsheet in GeoGebra.<br />
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The first new feature you can detect even if it displays the table and click on one of the cells. So there is now a special'''Table tool bar''', can be found in the tools that you can use in the table. The normal drawing tool bar will reappear when you dialing the algebra or the drawing view.<br />
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The appearance of the table and the display of values in the table can now also be affected. If you click right on the table, it can be in the context menu'''table''options' and select pre-set some properties. Thus, even the lines are rendered invisible. For the table, there is now also a'''design bar''', with one magazine ad, can set the background color, alignment, and borders. The input and correction of longer formulas is facilitated by an input field, as he is known also from other spreadsheet programs will be offered.<br />
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The'''co-sign from view and table''' has been further improved. Even in version 3.2 there was the function'''Trace to Spreadsheet''' now'''values in Table enter''', which was significantly improved. Points and any value (ie about the lengths of lines, angles, or a single coordinate) can now easily enter into the table. Conversely, now also offered tools with which you can generate from the data in the table, drawing objects and other expenses for the sign-view, such as'''table''','''''matrices', etc. to which it some small dialogs for setting options out there.<br />
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Now the very extensive amount of tools'''analysis of data''' is. If you have a list of dates and numbers - they can also be imported from other programs or copied to the table - you can make a variety of types of'''graphical and mathematical analysis''', two or more variables as well as simple statistics such as sum, average, etc.<br />
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== New export opportunities ==<br />
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In addition to the already previously exploitable opportunities for the export of GeoGebra out there are major changes. And also when exporting to HTML page, there are a few improvements.<br />
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[[File: Example export.gif gif | thumb | Exported GIF image]] Thus, besides the creation of complete HTML page, the possibility of'''Exports of applets for wikis, Moodle''' and as a Google Gadget .<br />
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Of interest is the ability to create an animation from a'''animated gif image.''' This one is independent of Java on mobile devices so that usually is not available.<br />
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The biggest innovation in this area is undoubtedly the introduction of a materials database under the name'''GeoGebra'''. You can upload directly from GeoGebra out the worksheet and must not have its own page on the Internet. GeoGebra also offers the possibility of using the files from other members and the organization of all selected worksheets to make them more useful to the students.<br />
:'': Log 'Exercise →''' On [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra], created file upload, copy, and paste it into other file collection.<br />
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YouTube on two video tutorials are available, introduce into the use of GeoGebra.<br />
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Simplification of existing functions == ==<br />
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=== Text tool === <br />
In GeoGebra, there is even the possibility to create dynamic text, ie Values from the drawing may be included in the text, so that the text change in the drawing also changed.<br />
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However, the creation of'''dynamic text''' was perceived by many to be complicated, especially if you wanted to link multiple dynamic components. A new Text tool gives you a dialogue that is intended to simplify the entry. Instead of placing shares in quotes and give the individual components with a "+" to link it now a selection box where you can select individual objects. Thus, the selection of a point to the fact that its coordinates are displayed dynamically, and this is reflected by the fact that the name of the item is displayed in a box. Within this box you can make changes, then apply some functions, such as the determination of the x-value of this point.<br />
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Certainly important, the'''Preview''function' is. For the purposes of'''LaTeX''' there is finally a long'''list of templates''', as well as a large number of'''characters.''' Regarding the use of LaTeX, it was started by members of the Forum [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas in the English Wiki Manual] to prepare a list of standard formulas so that you can copy the code simple can.<br />
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=== Slider === <br />
Another small but important change is the fact that sliders have now'''dynamic limits.''' This means that you can use any value in GeoGebra now as a value for the upper or lower limits. Now it is possible, for example, fractions, set the slider to the counter so that he can have a maximum size of the denominator.<br />
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=== Animation ===<br />
Now it was only one possible'''animation with the help of sliders,''' to create then in version 4.0 provides a new opportunity. '''Points to any kind of line''' (line, line, circle, ... and associated routes - this semi-circle + line) were drawn can now be easily animated by a right click you turn on the animation . The animation on the infinitely long line has been designed so that the outward movement is faster.<br />
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=== Positioning of points ===<br />
Every now and again been in demand in the forum, if you do not restrict the movement of a point some way. There were opportunities to work, but it was cumbersome and could hold only one point in a rectangle and a circle. Gliders were only for circles or straight lines.<br />
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With the tool'''Point on Object''' you can now put a point on any face or, if you click on the edge of a surface, let him slide on the edge. The subsequent release or on-(A-) hanging one point was only possible through a redefinition of what was probably too complicated for novice users. You now have the tool'''point of attach / detach.'''<br />
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== Long-missing capabilities for the school ==<br />
Requests in the forum for new features worth it anyway. And so many other requests of the users have been implemented that have been missing for a long time.<br />
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=== Inequalities ===<br />
Finally, inequalities can now be specified and drawn. Not only '''linear''' but also for all types of '''conics.'''<br />
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The presentation included in the drawing window indicates whether < or <=. There is also an inverse representation possible in order to optimize the linear valid range to set them free. Linear inequalities with one variable can be '''intervals''' displayed on the axes in the usual presentation with filled or empty circle.<br />
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Interval data as <math> 3 <x <8 </ math> can now be used in other places where you'd otherwise use an AND operation.<br />
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=== List operations === <br />
Are now available ...<br />
* <Object> <List> ∈ is an element of<br />
* <List> ⊆ <List> is a subset of<br />
* <List> ⊂ <List> is a proper subset of<br />
* <List> \ <List> Determines the difference<br />
<List> * (N) defines the n-th element of the list.<br />
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The first query can return a boolean result variable, so <math> true </ math> or <math> false </ math>. The last two give you a list as a result.<br />
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=== Cut points can be indicated === <br />
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=== Significant new opportunities for functions ===<br />
Determination of ...<br />
* Absolute extrema for functions in the limited interval<br />
* Vertical asymptotes and limits (on the right side, left side)<br />
* ...<br />
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=== Loci of slider ===<br />
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''... needs some text ...''<br />
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== Scripting ==<br />
Under Scripting refers to a type of programming, which, put simply, SOGT sure that will run on a user action into multiple actions GeoGebra. In older versions this was possible only for HTML and JavaScript but knowledgeable in the current version you have installed without the possibility of programming skills in GeoGebra buttons or input lines and link them with a list of commands. You have to learn any new commands, but simply uses the commands as they can be used in the input line.<br />
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Especially for the new scripting commands have been introduced, with which one can influence, for example, the appearance of objects and the canvas.<br />
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== Finally == <br />
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=== Where is the CAS? ===<br />
If you ask this, you have probably heard or read CAS should be incorporated in version 4.0; a CAS window and for some time in the beta version was already available. Beginning in 2011, it was resolved by the developer side to try a new CAS system for GeoGebra. The previously built-MathPiper did not meet all required functionality, and so the use of an external CAS called Maxima was allowed. This allowed users a better tool, although a less than ideal one.<br />
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In 2011, a Java version of Reduce (computer algebra system) [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reduce_%28computer_algebra_system%29], one of the oldest CAS programs (1960) became available, it was converted to Open Source a few years. The integration of MPReduce was begun under the Google Summer of Code; testing proved it to be well integrated. The decision was made to let go all other versions of CAS. Since of the integration process would be incomplete for the release date of version 4.0, the developers took out the CAS view from version 4.0. The CAS version will be published in the next stable release called version 4.2.<br />
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Those interested can test the beta version to 4.2. As usual, they now find a link to a Web Start version in the sub-forum to version 4.2 (near the bottom of the page).<br />
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=== Printed or PDF? ===<br />
If you have this text as PDF or get printed, then you should definitely visit the page on the wiki directly, which is at the address<br />
* Http://wikis.zum.de/geogebra-rlp/Neuerungen_in_GeoGebra_4.0<br />
can be achieved. It is worthwhile, because there you can try some of the functions in the form of small embedded GeoGebra applets or experience, at least in "action". There the gif image is animated really well.<br />
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=== Actually, there are more new features===<br />
This page is certainly a very good overview of the new version 4.0, but there are many little things that were not mentioned here because it would be just too much. Anyone who wants can look around on the following page:<br />
*'''[Http://www.geogebra.org/trac/wiki/4.0 Official list] the most important changes:'''<br />
*'''[Release Notes 4.0 http://www.geogebra.org/en/wiki/index.php/Release_Notes_GeoGebra_4.0 ]''', where all changes are listed.<br />
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=== Where do I now get the version 4.0 from? ===<br />
It's simple: go to the [http://www.geogebra.org side of the GeoGebra project] in the top menu and select'''Download''' on. Appearing on the page you will find a selection of all possible types of use. '''Primary''GeoGebra' way, is a GeoGebra variant in which the perspective is "Elementary Geometry" same used at the beginning.</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:New_features_of_Version_4.0&diff=23144Tutorial:New features of Version 4.02011-11-13T13:43:05Z<p>Acron: /* Inequalities */</p>
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<div>Since July 2009, the GeoGebra developers are now working on the new version and thanks to many new programmers, it has been once again a huge increase in functionality. The list of new features compared to version 3.2 is overwhelmingly long. To give you an insight and benefit from the innovations can be found on this page is a summary.<br />
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''Do not be put off by the many new features of GeoGebra! GeoGebra is still just as easy to operate as before. None of the basic tools and functions have been removed or is replaced by something more complicated. Even if you do not use most of the innovations here want, you can safely install the new version and explore it by and by.''<br />
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==Many new commands and tools ==<br />
[[File: Eingabehilfe.png | thumb | List command in the input help]] The commands to list would be very time consuming. A summary of the changes, you could list as areas with the greatest growth function:<br />
* Stochastics<br />
* Data Analysis<br />
* Analysis<br />
* Graph-theory<br />
* Operations on sets (in GeoGebra there are''lists'')<br />
* ...<br />
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More important than all these functions, but the new '''list of all usable functions in GeoGebra''', which is now available as a side imposable range (''triangle in the rectangle in the lower right corner click .''). Sorted by topic you will probably find it faster than it was before in the shorter list of case. You get into this field not only the name but also the syntax presented and it is offered a button that leads directly into the manual wiki.<br />
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In the '''Wiki-Manual''' there are also lists, in which the commands are also sorted by topic. The advantage here is that you will sometimes refer to other functions and examples given. Two examples of advanced page in the wiki: <br />
* Check box]<br />
* [Http://wiki.geogebra.org/de/Neuer_Punkt_% 29% 28Werkzeug tool New Point]<br />
Also known as "simple" users can add information to the wiki and provide interesting examples of other colleagues.<br />
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== Surface == <br />
A frequently cited criticism is that GeoGebra to "inflated" by now, and it therefore no longer available for younger students had. So the surface is too complicated. Thanks to an extensive re-programming the surface, which was possible due to a new version of Java, it is now possible, the appearance of GeoGebra with just one click convert.<br />
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=== Perspectives ===<br />
It possible to make the so-called '''Perspectives''', some of which are already defined as a selection. A perspective is a default for the type and arrangement of the visible portion of view, the tools offered and general settings. So there is a prospect "Elementary Geometry", in which all the tools for simple drawing objects (not stacked) together are available, the only visible sign area and the font is slightly larger.<br />
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Perspectives can create yourself, if not one of the guidelines range. It all views are freely movable and can even outsource the GeoGebra window. None of the views must always be visible and you can therefore use a clean table window.<br />
[[File: Surface Neu.png | thumb | Axles changed up the design bar to a point]] is helpful for the younger artist'''design bar''', which is primarily there to the appearance of objects quickly . change Instead of looking in the extensive properties dialog, you can easily make changes directly accessible via a couple of buttons.<br />
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=== Graphics view ===<br />
Very interesting is the introduction of a'''second graphics window''' is. This can be set as different scales in two views. Practical example for separate consideration of function and derivative function, or simply to display text in a window. The mapping to a view of the drawing is done or can be retrofitted in the Properties dialog of the object are changed.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' function derived graphically and use another window to draw inference.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' representation of the unit circle and the trigonometric function depending on the angle<br />
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Even in the character area itself was working on the'''recruitment opportunities at the axles.''' This way you can now limit the axes to represent positive values, or always on the edge of the axes. Besides, you can now also functions as a function of other variables defined as x. Indicate to the already existing possibility a point in polar coordinates, then a polar coordinate grid is available.<br />
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=== Algebra view === <br />
A small but nice improvement has to offer algebra view: the information on the objects are now displayed with LaTeX, so you can see much better functional equations. Vectors and matrices are now displayed correctly.<br />
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== New features for the use of whiteboards or other touch devices ==<br />
That you want to use GeoGebra happy as a tool for teaching math at the interactive whiteboard is also understandable. Unfortunately, this has been quite inconvenient and you had / has to make do with only a few tricks, if you wanted to use not only prepared files. Now there are some changes that simplify operation and expand on the whiteboard.<br />
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* The aforementioned'''bar''design' allows quicker access to object properties. Otherwise it was very awkward to bring up the Properties dialog and change something there.<br />
* Changes to the properties you can save but also by adjusting the'''preferences for objects''' according to your wishes. In the settings, there is now a list of all objects where you almost can advance to adjust settings to look the way you want it.<br />
* A'''virtual keyboard''', which appears whenever you click on an input field (''after''the keyboard is enabled).<br />
* For smaller pupils and colleagues who have trouble reaching the top is drawing tools, now allows the'''Tools''strip down' view.<br />
* If you want something you have to sketch in a drawing, now no longer the image into a table GeoGebra software copy and paste. A simple'''pen tool''' allows the drawing by hand. Here, the image is stored as subscribed in GeoGebra.<br />
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'''NOTE:'''''A GeoGebra version for mobile phones or tablet is in the works. If your device has a JavaScript capable browser you can test it by visiting GeoGebra tube. Your browser does your device as a "mobile" before [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra] server, just so no Java support, then the mobile version of GeoGebra used. This works, but some already, but not, for example with files that use scripting or scripting does not work.''<br />
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== Extensions of the spreadsheet == <br />
There are many new functions for the integrated spreadsheet in GeoGebra.<br />
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The first new feature you can detect even if it displays the table and click on one of the cells. So there is now a special'''Table tool bar''', can be found in the tools that you can use in the table. The normal drawing tool bar will reappear when you dialing the algebra or the drawing view.<br />
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The appearance of the table and the display of values in the table can now also be affected. If you click right on the table, it can be in the context menu'''table''options' and select pre-set some properties. Thus, even the lines are rendered invisible. For the table, there is now also a'''design bar''', with one magazine ad, can set the background color, alignment, and borders. The input and correction of longer formulas is facilitated by an input field, as he is known also from other spreadsheet programs will be offered.<br />
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The'''co-sign from view and table''' has been further improved. Even in version 3.2 there was the function'''Trace to Spreadsheet''' now'''values in Table enter''', which was significantly improved. Points and any value (ie about the lengths of lines, angles, or a single coordinate) can now easily enter into the table. Conversely, now also offered tools with which you can generate from the data in the table, drawing objects and other expenses for the sign-view, such as'''table''','''''matrices', etc. to which it some small dialogs for setting options out there.<br />
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Now the very extensive amount of tools'''analysis of data''' is. If you have a list of dates and numbers - they can also be imported from other programs or copied to the table - you can make a variety of types of'''graphical and mathematical analysis''', two or more variables as well as simple statistics such as sum, average, etc.<br />
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== New export opportunities ==<br />
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In addition to the already previously exploitable opportunities for the export of GeoGebra out there are major changes. And also when exporting to HTML page, there are a few improvements.<br />
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[[File: Example export.gif gif | thumb | Exported GIF image]] Thus, besides the creation of complete HTML page, the possibility of'''Exports of applets for wikis, Moodle''' and as a Google Gadget .<br />
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Of interest is the ability to create an animation from a'''animated gif image.''' This one is independent of Java on mobile devices so that usually is not available.<br />
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The biggest innovation in this area is undoubtedly the introduction of a materials database under the name'''GeoGebra'''. You can upload directly from GeoGebra out the worksheet and must not have its own page on the Internet. GeoGebra also offers the possibility of using the files from other members and the organization of all selected worksheets to make them more useful to the students.<br />
:'': Log 'Exercise →''' On [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra], created file upload, copy, and paste it into other file collection.<br />
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YouTube on two video tutorials are available, introduce into the use of GeoGebra.<br />
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Simplification of existing functions == ==<br />
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=== Text tool === <br />
In GeoGebra, there is even the possibility to create dynamic text, ie Values from the drawing may be included in the text, so that the text change in the drawing also changed.<br />
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However, the creation of'''dynamic text''' was perceived by many to be complicated, especially if you wanted to link multiple dynamic components. A new Text tool gives you a dialogue that is intended to simplify the entry. Instead of placing shares in quotes and give the individual components with a "+" to link it now a selection box where you can select individual objects. Thus, the selection of a point to the fact that its coordinates are displayed dynamically, and this is reflected by the fact that the name of the item is displayed in a box. Within this box you can make changes, then apply some functions, such as the determination of the x-value of this point.<br />
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Certainly important, the'''Preview''function' is. For the purposes of'''LaTeX''' there is finally a long'''list of templates''', as well as a large number of'''characters.''' Regarding the use of LaTeX, it was started by members of the Forum [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas in the English Wiki Manual] to prepare a list of standard formulas so that you can copy the code simple can.<br />
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=== Slider === <br />
Another small but important change is the fact that sliders have now'''dynamic limits.''' This means that you can use any value in GeoGebra now as a value for the upper or lower limits. Now it is possible, for example, fractions, set the slider to the counter so that he can have a maximum size of the denominator.<br />
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=== Animation ===<br />
Now it was only one possible'''animation with the help of sliders,''' to create then in version 4.0 provides a new opportunity. '''Points to any kind of line''' (line, line, circle, ... and associated routes - this semi-circle + line) were drawn can now be easily animated by a right click you turn on the animation . The animation on the infinitely long line has been designed so that the outward movement is faster.<br />
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=== Positioning of points ===<br />
Every now and again been in demand in the forum, if you do not restrict the movement of a point some way. There were opportunities to work, but it was cumbersome and could hold only one point in a rectangle and a circle. Gliders were only for circles or straight lines.<br />
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With the tool'''Point on Object''' you can now put a point on any face or, if you click on the edge of a surface, let him slide on the edge. The subsequent release or on-(A-) hanging one point was only possible through a redefinition of what was probably too complicated for novice users. You now have the tool'''point of attach / detach.'''<br />
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== Long-missing capabilities for the school ==<br />
Requests in the forum for new features worth it anyway. And so many other requests of the users have been implemented that have been missing for a long time.<br />
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=== Inequalities ===<br />
Finally, inequalities can now be specified and drawn. Not only '''linear''' but also for all types of '''conics.'''<br />
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The presentation included in the drawing window indicates whether < or <=. There is also an inverse representation possible in order to optimize the linear valid range to set them free. Linear inequalities with one variable can be '''intervals''' displayed on the axes in the usual presentation with filled or empty circle.<br />
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Interval data as <math> 3 <x <8 </ math> can now be used in other places where you'd otherwise use an AND operation.<br />
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=== List operations === <br />
Are now available ...<br />
* <Object> <List> ∈ is an element of<br />
* <List> ⊆ <List> is a subset of<br />
* <List> ⊂ <List> is a proper subset of<br />
* <List> \ <List> Determines the difference<br />
<List> * (N) defines the n-th element of the list.<br />
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The first query can return a boolean result variable, so <math> true </ math> or <math> false </ math>. The last two give you a list as a result.<br />
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=== Cut points can be indicated === <br />
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=== Significant new opportunities for functions ===<br />
Determination of ...<br />
* Absolute extrema for functions in the limited interval<br />
* Vertical asymptotes and limits (on the right side, left side)<br />
* ...<br />
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=== Loci of slider ===<br />
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''... needs some text ...''<br />
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== Scripting ==<br />
Under Scripting refers to a type of programming, which, put simply, SOGT sure that will run on a user action into multiple actions GeoGebra. In older versions this was possible only for HTML and JavaScript but knowledgeable in the current version you have installed without the possibility of programming skills in GeoGebra buttons or input lines and link them with a list of commands. You have to learn any new commands, but simply uses the commands as they can be used in the input line.<br />
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Especially for the new scripting commands have been introduced, with which one can influence, for example, the appearance of objects and the canvas.<br />
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== Finally == <br />
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=== Where is the CAS? ===<br />
If you ask this, you have probably heard or read CAS should be incorporated in version 4.0; a CAS window and for some time in the beta version was already available. Beginning in 2011, it was resolved by the developer side to try a new CAS system for GeoGebra. The previously built-MathPiper did not meet all required functionality, and so the use of an external CAS called Maxima was allowed. This allowed users a better tool, although a less than ideal one.<br />
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In 2011, a Java version of Reduce (computer algebra system) [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reduce_%28computer_algebra_system%29], one of the oldest CAS programs (1960) became available, it was converted to Open Source a few years. The integration of MPReduce was begun under the Google Summer of Code; testing proved it to be well integrated. The decision was made to let go all other versions of CAS. Since of the integration process would be incomplete for the release date of version 4.0, the developers took out the CAS view from version 4.0. The CAS version will be published in the next stable release called version 4.2.<br />
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Those interested can test the beta version to 4.2. As usual, they now find a link to a Web Start version in the sub-forum to version 4.2 (near the bottom of the page).<br />
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=== Printed or PDF? ===<br />
If you have this text as PDF or get printed, then you should definitely visit the page on the wiki directly, which is at the address<br />
* Http://wikis.zum.de/geogebra-rlp/Neuerungen_in_GeoGebra_4.0<br />
can be achieved. It is worthwhile, because there you can try some of the functions in the form of small embedded GeoGebra applets or experience, at least in "action". There the gif image is animated really well.<br />
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=== Actually, there are more new features===<br />
This page is certainly a very good overview of the new version 4.0, but there are many little things that were not mentioned here because it would be just too much. Anyone who wants can look around on the following page:<br />
*'''[Http://www.geogebra.org/trac/wiki/4.0 Official list] the most important changes:'''<br />
*'''[Release Notes 4.0 http://www.geogebra.org/en/wiki/index.php/Release_Notes_GeoGebra_4.0 ]''', where all changes are listed.<br />
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=== Where do I now get the version 4.0 from? ===<br />
It's simple: go to the [http://www.geogebra.org side of the GeoGebra project] in the top menu and select'''Download''' on. Appearing on the page you will find a selection of all possible types of use. '''Primary''GeoGebra' way, is a GeoGebra variant in which the perspective is "Elementary Geometry" same used at the beginning.</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:New_features_of_Version_4.0&diff=23143Tutorial:New features of Version 4.02011-11-13T13:38:42Z<p>Acron: /* Where is the CAS? */</p>
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<div>Since July 2009, the GeoGebra developers are now working on the new version and thanks to many new programmers, it has been once again a huge increase in functionality. The list of new features compared to version 3.2 is overwhelmingly long. To give you an insight and benefit from the innovations can be found on this page is a summary.<br />
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''Do not be put off by the many new features of GeoGebra! GeoGebra is still just as easy to operate as before. None of the basic tools and functions have been removed or is replaced by something more complicated. Even if you do not use most of the innovations here want, you can safely install the new version and explore it by and by.''<br />
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==Many new commands and tools ==<br />
[[File: Eingabehilfe.png | thumb | List command in the input help]] The commands to list would be very time consuming. A summary of the changes, you could list as areas with the greatest growth function:<br />
* Stochastics<br />
* Data Analysis<br />
* Analysis<br />
* Graph-theory<br />
* Operations on sets (in GeoGebra there are''lists'')<br />
* ...<br />
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More important than all these functions, but the new '''list of all usable functions in GeoGebra''', which is now available as a side imposable range (''triangle in the rectangle in the lower right corner click .''). Sorted by topic you will probably find it faster than it was before in the shorter list of case. You get into this field not only the name but also the syntax presented and it is offered a button that leads directly into the manual wiki.<br />
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In the '''Wiki-Manual''' there are also lists, in which the commands are also sorted by topic. The advantage here is that you will sometimes refer to other functions and examples given. Two examples of advanced page in the wiki: <br />
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* [Http://wiki.geogebra.org/de/Neuer_Punkt_% 29% 28Werkzeug tool New Point]<br />
Also known as "simple" users can add information to the wiki and provide interesting examples of other colleagues.<br />
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== Surface == <br />
A frequently cited criticism is that GeoGebra to "inflated" by now, and it therefore no longer available for younger students had. So the surface is too complicated. Thanks to an extensive re-programming the surface, which was possible due to a new version of Java, it is now possible, the appearance of GeoGebra with just one click convert.<br />
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=== Perspectives ===<br />
It possible to make the so-called '''Perspectives''', some of which are already defined as a selection. A perspective is a default for the type and arrangement of the visible portion of view, the tools offered and general settings. So there is a prospect "Elementary Geometry", in which all the tools for simple drawing objects (not stacked) together are available, the only visible sign area and the font is slightly larger.<br />
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Perspectives can create yourself, if not one of the guidelines range. It all views are freely movable and can even outsource the GeoGebra window. None of the views must always be visible and you can therefore use a clean table window.<br />
[[File: Surface Neu.png | thumb | Axles changed up the design bar to a point]] is helpful for the younger artist'''design bar''', which is primarily there to the appearance of objects quickly . change Instead of looking in the extensive properties dialog, you can easily make changes directly accessible via a couple of buttons.<br />
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=== Graphics view ===<br />
Very interesting is the introduction of a'''second graphics window''' is. This can be set as different scales in two views. Practical example for separate consideration of function and derivative function, or simply to display text in a window. The mapping to a view of the drawing is done or can be retrofitted in the Properties dialog of the object are changed.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' function derived graphically and use another window to draw inference.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' representation of the unit circle and the trigonometric function depending on the angle<br />
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Even in the character area itself was working on the'''recruitment opportunities at the axles.''' This way you can now limit the axes to represent positive values, or always on the edge of the axes. Besides, you can now also functions as a function of other variables defined as x. Indicate to the already existing possibility a point in polar coordinates, then a polar coordinate grid is available.<br />
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=== Algebra view === <br />
A small but nice improvement has to offer algebra view: the information on the objects are now displayed with LaTeX, so you can see much better functional equations. Vectors and matrices are now displayed correctly.<br />
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== New features for the use of whiteboards or other touch devices ==<br />
That you want to use GeoGebra happy as a tool for teaching math at the interactive whiteboard is also understandable. Unfortunately, this has been quite inconvenient and you had / has to make do with only a few tricks, if you wanted to use not only prepared files. Now there are some changes that simplify operation and expand on the whiteboard.<br />
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* The aforementioned'''bar''design' allows quicker access to object properties. Otherwise it was very awkward to bring up the Properties dialog and change something there.<br />
* Changes to the properties you can save but also by adjusting the'''preferences for objects''' according to your wishes. In the settings, there is now a list of all objects where you almost can advance to adjust settings to look the way you want it.<br />
* A'''virtual keyboard''', which appears whenever you click on an input field (''after''the keyboard is enabled).<br />
* For smaller pupils and colleagues who have trouble reaching the top is drawing tools, now allows the'''Tools''strip down' view.<br />
* If you want something you have to sketch in a drawing, now no longer the image into a table GeoGebra software copy and paste. A simple'''pen tool''' allows the drawing by hand. Here, the image is stored as subscribed in GeoGebra.<br />
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'''NOTE:'''''A GeoGebra version for mobile phones or tablet is in the works. If your device has a JavaScript capable browser you can test it by visiting GeoGebra tube. Your browser does your device as a "mobile" before [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra] server, just so no Java support, then the mobile version of GeoGebra used. This works, but some already, but not, for example with files that use scripting or scripting does not work.''<br />
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== Extensions of the spreadsheet == <br />
There are many new functions for the integrated spreadsheet in GeoGebra.<br />
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The first new feature you can detect even if it displays the table and click on one of the cells. So there is now a special'''Table tool bar''', can be found in the tools that you can use in the table. The normal drawing tool bar will reappear when you dialing the algebra or the drawing view.<br />
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The appearance of the table and the display of values in the table can now also be affected. If you click right on the table, it can be in the context menu'''table''options' and select pre-set some properties. Thus, even the lines are rendered invisible. For the table, there is now also a'''design bar''', with one magazine ad, can set the background color, alignment, and borders. The input and correction of longer formulas is facilitated by an input field, as he is known also from other spreadsheet programs will be offered.<br />
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The'''co-sign from view and table''' has been further improved. Even in version 3.2 there was the function'''Trace to Spreadsheet''' now'''values in Table enter''', which was significantly improved. Points and any value (ie about the lengths of lines, angles, or a single coordinate) can now easily enter into the table. Conversely, now also offered tools with which you can generate from the data in the table, drawing objects and other expenses for the sign-view, such as'''table''','''''matrices', etc. to which it some small dialogs for setting options out there.<br />
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Now the very extensive amount of tools'''analysis of data''' is. If you have a list of dates and numbers - they can also be imported from other programs or copied to the table - you can make a variety of types of'''graphical and mathematical analysis''', two or more variables as well as simple statistics such as sum, average, etc.<br />
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== New export opportunities ==<br />
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In addition to the already previously exploitable opportunities for the export of GeoGebra out there are major changes. And also when exporting to HTML page, there are a few improvements.<br />
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[[File: Example export.gif gif | thumb | Exported GIF image]] Thus, besides the creation of complete HTML page, the possibility of'''Exports of applets for wikis, Moodle''' and as a Google Gadget .<br />
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Of interest is the ability to create an animation from a'''animated gif image.''' This one is independent of Java on mobile devices so that usually is not available.<br />
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The biggest innovation in this area is undoubtedly the introduction of a materials database under the name'''GeoGebra'''. You can upload directly from GeoGebra out the worksheet and must not have its own page on the Internet. GeoGebra also offers the possibility of using the files from other members and the organization of all selected worksheets to make them more useful to the students.<br />
:'': Log 'Exercise →''' On [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra], created file upload, copy, and paste it into other file collection.<br />
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YouTube on two video tutorials are available, introduce into the use of GeoGebra.<br />
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Simplification of existing functions == ==<br />
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=== Text tool === <br />
In GeoGebra, there is even the possibility to create dynamic text, ie Values from the drawing may be included in the text, so that the text change in the drawing also changed.<br />
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However, the creation of'''dynamic text''' was perceived by many to be complicated, especially if you wanted to link multiple dynamic components. A new Text tool gives you a dialogue that is intended to simplify the entry. Instead of placing shares in quotes and give the individual components with a "+" to link it now a selection box where you can select individual objects. Thus, the selection of a point to the fact that its coordinates are displayed dynamically, and this is reflected by the fact that the name of the item is displayed in a box. Within this box you can make changes, then apply some functions, such as the determination of the x-value of this point.<br />
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Certainly important, the'''Preview''function' is. For the purposes of'''LaTeX''' there is finally a long'''list of templates''', as well as a large number of'''characters.''' Regarding the use of LaTeX, it was started by members of the Forum [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas in the English Wiki Manual] to prepare a list of standard formulas so that you can copy the code simple can.<br />
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=== Slider === <br />
Another small but important change is the fact that sliders have now'''dynamic limits.''' This means that you can use any value in GeoGebra now as a value for the upper or lower limits. Now it is possible, for example, fractions, set the slider to the counter so that he can have a maximum size of the denominator.<br />
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=== Animation ===<br />
Now it was only one possible'''animation with the help of sliders,''' to create then in version 4.0 provides a new opportunity. '''Points to any kind of line''' (line, line, circle, ... and associated routes - this semi-circle + line) were drawn can now be easily animated by a right click you turn on the animation . The animation on the infinitely long line has been designed so that the outward movement is faster.<br />
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=== Positioning of points ===<br />
Every now and again been in demand in the forum, if you do not restrict the movement of a point some way. There were opportunities to work, but it was cumbersome and could hold only one point in a rectangle and a circle. Gliders were only for circles or straight lines.<br />
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With the tool'''Point on Object''' you can now put a point on any face or, if you click on the edge of a surface, let him slide on the edge. The subsequent release or on-(A-) hanging one point was only possible through a redefinition of what was probably too complicated for novice users. You now have the tool'''point of attach / detach.'''<br />
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== Long-missing capabilities for the school ==<br />
Requests in the forum for new features worth it anyway. And so many other requests of the users have been implemented that have been missing for a long time.<br />
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=== Inequalities ===<br />
Finally, inequalities can now be specified and drawn. Not only'''linear''' but also for all types of'''conics.'''<br />
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The presentation included in the drawing window indicates whether <or <=. There is also an inverse representation possible in order to optimize the linear valid range to set them free. Linear inequalities with one variable can be also'''intervals''' displayed on the axes in the usual presentation with filled or empty circle.<br />
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Interval data as <math> 3 <x <8 </ math> can now be used in other places where you'd otherwise use an AND operation.<br />
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=== List operations === <br />
Are now available ...<br />
* <Object> <List> ∈ is an element of<br />
* <List> ⊆ <List> is a subset of<br />
* <List> ⊂ <List> is a proper subset of<br />
* <List> \ <List> Determines the difference<br />
<List> * (N) defines the n-th element of the list.<br />
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The first query can return a boolean result variable, so <math> true </ math> or <math> false </ math>. The last two give you a list as a result.<br />
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=== Cut points can be indicated === <br />
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=== Significant new opportunities for functions ===<br />
Determination of ...<br />
* Absolute extrema for functions in the limited interval<br />
* Vertical asymptotes and limits (on the right side, left side)<br />
* ...<br />
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=== Loci of slider ===<br />
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''... needs some text ...''<br />
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== Scripting ==<br />
Under Scripting refers to a type of programming, which, put simply, SOGT sure that will run on a user action into multiple actions GeoGebra. In older versions this was possible only for HTML and JavaScript but knowledgeable in the current version you have installed without the possibility of programming skills in GeoGebra buttons or input lines and link them with a list of commands. You have to learn any new commands, but simply uses the commands as they can be used in the input line.<br />
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Especially for the new scripting commands have been introduced, with which one can influence, for example, the appearance of objects and the canvas.<br />
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== Finally == <br />
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=== Where is the CAS? ===<br />
If you ask this, you have probably heard or read CAS should be incorporated in version 4.0; a CAS window and for some time in the beta version was already available. Beginning in 2011, it was resolved by the developer side to try a new CAS system for GeoGebra. The previously built-MathPiper did not meet all required functionality, and so the use of an external CAS called Maxima was allowed. This allowed users a better tool, although a less than ideal one.<br />
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In 2011, a Java version of Reduce (computer algebra system) [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reduce_%28computer_algebra_system%29], one of the oldest CAS programs (1960) became available, it was converted to Open Source a few years. The integration of MPReduce was begun under the Google Summer of Code; testing proved it to be well integrated. The decision was made to let go all other versions of CAS. Since of the integration process would be incomplete for the release date of version 4.0, the developers took out the CAS view from version 4.0. The CAS version will be published in the next stable release called version 4.2.<br />
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Those interested can test the beta version to 4.2. As usual, they now find a link to a Web Start version in the sub-forum to version 4.2 (near the bottom of the page).<br />
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=== Printed or PDF? ===<br />
If you have this text as PDF or get printed, then you should definitely visit the page on the wiki directly, which is at the address<br />
* Http://wikis.zum.de/geogebra-rlp/Neuerungen_in_GeoGebra_4.0<br />
can be achieved. It is worthwhile, because there you can try some of the functions in the form of small embedded GeoGebra applets or experience, at least in "action". There the gif image is animated really well.<br />
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=== Actually, there are more new features===<br />
This page is certainly a very good overview of the new version 4.0, but there are many little things that were not mentioned here because it would be just too much. Anyone who wants can look around on the following page:<br />
*'''[Http://www.geogebra.org/trac/wiki/4.0 Official list] the most important changes:'''<br />
*'''[Release Notes 4.0 http://www.geogebra.org/en/wiki/index.php/Release_Notes_GeoGebra_4.0 ]''', where all changes are listed.<br />
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=== Where do I now get the version 4.0 from? ===<br />
It's simple: go to the [http://www.geogebra.org side of the GeoGebra project] in the top menu and select'''Download''' on. Appearing on the page you will find a selection of all possible types of use. '''Primary''GeoGebra' way, is a GeoGebra variant in which the perspective is "Elementary Geometry" same used at the beginning.</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:New_features_of_Version_4.0&diff=23142Tutorial:New features of Version 4.02011-11-13T13:37:41Z<p>Acron: /* Where is the CAS? */</p>
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<div>Since July 2009, the GeoGebra developers are now working on the new version and thanks to many new programmers, it has been once again a huge increase in functionality. The list of new features compared to version 3.2 is overwhelmingly long. To give you an insight and benefit from the innovations can be found on this page is a summary.<br />
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''Do not be put off by the many new features of GeoGebra! GeoGebra is still just as easy to operate as before. None of the basic tools and functions have been removed or is replaced by something more complicated. Even if you do not use most of the innovations here want, you can safely install the new version and explore it by and by.''<br />
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==Many new commands and tools ==<br />
[[File: Eingabehilfe.png | thumb | List command in the input help]] The commands to list would be very time consuming. A summary of the changes, you could list as areas with the greatest growth function:<br />
* Stochastics<br />
* Data Analysis<br />
* Analysis<br />
* Graph-theory<br />
* Operations on sets (in GeoGebra there are''lists'')<br />
* ...<br />
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More important than all these functions, but the new '''list of all usable functions in GeoGebra''', which is now available as a side imposable range (''triangle in the rectangle in the lower right corner click .''). Sorted by topic you will probably find it faster than it was before in the shorter list of case. You get into this field not only the name but also the syntax presented and it is offered a button that leads directly into the manual wiki.<br />
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In the '''Wiki-Manual''' there are also lists, in which the commands are also sorted by topic. The advantage here is that you will sometimes refer to other functions and examples given. Two examples of advanced page in the wiki: <br />
* Check box]<br />
* [Http://wiki.geogebra.org/de/Neuer_Punkt_% 29% 28Werkzeug tool New Point]<br />
Also known as "simple" users can add information to the wiki and provide interesting examples of other colleagues.<br />
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== Surface == <br />
A frequently cited criticism is that GeoGebra to "inflated" by now, and it therefore no longer available for younger students had. So the surface is too complicated. Thanks to an extensive re-programming the surface, which was possible due to a new version of Java, it is now possible, the appearance of GeoGebra with just one click convert.<br />
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=== Perspectives ===<br />
It possible to make the so-called '''Perspectives''', some of which are already defined as a selection. A perspective is a default for the type and arrangement of the visible portion of view, the tools offered and general settings. So there is a prospect "Elementary Geometry", in which all the tools for simple drawing objects (not stacked) together are available, the only visible sign area and the font is slightly larger.<br />
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Perspectives can create yourself, if not one of the guidelines range. It all views are freely movable and can even outsource the GeoGebra window. None of the views must always be visible and you can therefore use a clean table window.<br />
[[File: Surface Neu.png | thumb | Axles changed up the design bar to a point]] is helpful for the younger artist'''design bar''', which is primarily there to the appearance of objects quickly . change Instead of looking in the extensive properties dialog, you can easily make changes directly accessible via a couple of buttons.<br />
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=== Graphics view ===<br />
Very interesting is the introduction of a'''second graphics window''' is. This can be set as different scales in two views. Practical example for separate consideration of function and derivative function, or simply to display text in a window. The mapping to a view of the drawing is done or can be retrofitted in the Properties dialog of the object are changed.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' function derived graphically and use another window to draw inference.<br />
:'''→ Exercise:''' representation of the unit circle and the trigonometric function depending on the angle<br />
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Even in the character area itself was working on the'''recruitment opportunities at the axles.''' This way you can now limit the axes to represent positive values, or always on the edge of the axes. Besides, you can now also functions as a function of other variables defined as x. Indicate to the already existing possibility a point in polar coordinates, then a polar coordinate grid is available.<br />
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=== Algebra view === <br />
A small but nice improvement has to offer algebra view: the information on the objects are now displayed with LaTeX, so you can see much better functional equations. Vectors and matrices are now displayed correctly.<br />
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== New features for the use of whiteboards or other touch devices ==<br />
That you want to use GeoGebra happy as a tool for teaching math at the interactive whiteboard is also understandable. Unfortunately, this has been quite inconvenient and you had / has to make do with only a few tricks, if you wanted to use not only prepared files. Now there are some changes that simplify operation and expand on the whiteboard.<br />
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* The aforementioned'''bar''design' allows quicker access to object properties. Otherwise it was very awkward to bring up the Properties dialog and change something there.<br />
* Changes to the properties you can save but also by adjusting the'''preferences for objects''' according to your wishes. In the settings, there is now a list of all objects where you almost can advance to adjust settings to look the way you want it.<br />
* A'''virtual keyboard''', which appears whenever you click on an input field (''after''the keyboard is enabled).<br />
* For smaller pupils and colleagues who have trouble reaching the top is drawing tools, now allows the'''Tools''strip down' view.<br />
* If you want something you have to sketch in a drawing, now no longer the image into a table GeoGebra software copy and paste. A simple'''pen tool''' allows the drawing by hand. Here, the image is stored as subscribed in GeoGebra.<br />
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'''NOTE:'''''A GeoGebra version for mobile phones or tablet is in the works. If your device has a JavaScript capable browser you can test it by visiting GeoGebra tube. Your browser does your device as a "mobile" before [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra] server, just so no Java support, then the mobile version of GeoGebra used. This works, but some already, but not, for example with files that use scripting or scripting does not work.''<br />
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== Extensions of the spreadsheet == <br />
There are many new functions for the integrated spreadsheet in GeoGebra.<br />
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The first new feature you can detect even if it displays the table and click on one of the cells. So there is now a special'''Table tool bar''', can be found in the tools that you can use in the table. The normal drawing tool bar will reappear when you dialing the algebra or the drawing view.<br />
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The appearance of the table and the display of values in the table can now also be affected. If you click right on the table, it can be in the context menu'''table''options' and select pre-set some properties. Thus, even the lines are rendered invisible. For the table, there is now also a'''design bar''', with one magazine ad, can set the background color, alignment, and borders. The input and correction of longer formulas is facilitated by an input field, as he is known also from other spreadsheet programs will be offered.<br />
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The'''co-sign from view and table''' has been further improved. Even in version 3.2 there was the function'''Trace to Spreadsheet''' now'''values in Table enter''', which was significantly improved. Points and any value (ie about the lengths of lines, angles, or a single coordinate) can now easily enter into the table. Conversely, now also offered tools with which you can generate from the data in the table, drawing objects and other expenses for the sign-view, such as'''table''','''''matrices', etc. to which it some small dialogs for setting options out there.<br />
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Now the very extensive amount of tools'''analysis of data''' is. If you have a list of dates and numbers - they can also be imported from other programs or copied to the table - you can make a variety of types of'''graphical and mathematical analysis''', two or more variables as well as simple statistics such as sum, average, etc.<br />
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== New export opportunities ==<br />
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In addition to the already previously exploitable opportunities for the export of GeoGebra out there are major changes. And also when exporting to HTML page, there are a few improvements.<br />
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[[File: Example export.gif gif | thumb | Exported GIF image]] Thus, besides the creation of complete HTML page, the possibility of'''Exports of applets for wikis, Moodle''' and as a Google Gadget .<br />
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Of interest is the ability to create an animation from a'''animated gif image.''' This one is independent of Java on mobile devices so that usually is not available.<br />
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The biggest innovation in this area is undoubtedly the introduction of a materials database under the name'''GeoGebra'''. You can upload directly from GeoGebra out the worksheet and must not have its own page on the Internet. GeoGebra also offers the possibility of using the files from other members and the organization of all selected worksheets to make them more useful to the students.<br />
:'': Log 'Exercise →''' On [http://www.geogebra.org GeoGebra], created file upload, copy, and paste it into other file collection.<br />
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YouTube on two video tutorials are available, introduce into the use of GeoGebra.<br />
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Simplification of existing functions == ==<br />
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=== Text tool === <br />
In GeoGebra, there is even the possibility to create dynamic text, ie Values from the drawing may be included in the text, so that the text change in the drawing also changed.<br />
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However, the creation of'''dynamic text''' was perceived by many to be complicated, especially if you wanted to link multiple dynamic components. A new Text tool gives you a dialogue that is intended to simplify the entry. Instead of placing shares in quotes and give the individual components with a "+" to link it now a selection box where you can select individual objects. Thus, the selection of a point to the fact that its coordinates are displayed dynamically, and this is reflected by the fact that the name of the item is displayed in a box. Within this box you can make changes, then apply some functions, such as the determination of the x-value of this point.<br />
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Certainly important, the'''Preview''function' is. For the purposes of'''LaTeX''' there is finally a long'''list of templates''', as well as a large number of'''characters.''' Regarding the use of LaTeX, it was started by members of the Forum [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas in the English Wiki Manual] to prepare a list of standard formulas so that you can copy the code simple can.<br />
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=== Slider === <br />
Another small but important change is the fact that sliders have now'''dynamic limits.''' This means that you can use any value in GeoGebra now as a value for the upper or lower limits. Now it is possible, for example, fractions, set the slider to the counter so that he can have a maximum size of the denominator.<br />
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=== Animation ===<br />
Now it was only one possible'''animation with the help of sliders,''' to create then in version 4.0 provides a new opportunity. '''Points to any kind of line''' (line, line, circle, ... and associated routes - this semi-circle + line) were drawn can now be easily animated by a right click you turn on the animation . The animation on the infinitely long line has been designed so that the outward movement is faster.<br />
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=== Positioning of points ===<br />
Every now and again been in demand in the forum, if you do not restrict the movement of a point some way. There were opportunities to work, but it was cumbersome and could hold only one point in a rectangle and a circle. Gliders were only for circles or straight lines.<br />
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With the tool'''Point on Object''' you can now put a point on any face or, if you click on the edge of a surface, let him slide on the edge. The subsequent release or on-(A-) hanging one point was only possible through a redefinition of what was probably too complicated for novice users. You now have the tool'''point of attach / detach.'''<br />
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== Long-missing capabilities for the school ==<br />
Requests in the forum for new features worth it anyway. And so many other requests of the users have been implemented that have been missing for a long time.<br />
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=== Inequalities ===<br />
Finally, inequalities can now be specified and drawn. Not only'''linear''' but also for all types of'''conics.'''<br />
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The presentation included in the drawing window indicates whether <or <=. There is also an inverse representation possible in order to optimize the linear valid range to set them free. Linear inequalities with one variable can be also'''intervals''' displayed on the axes in the usual presentation with filled or empty circle.<br />
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Interval data as <math> 3 <x <8 </ math> can now be used in other places where you'd otherwise use an AND operation.<br />
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=== List operations === <br />
Are now available ...<br />
* <Object> <List> ∈ is an element of<br />
* <List> ⊆ <List> is a subset of<br />
* <List> ⊂ <List> is a proper subset of<br />
* <List> \ <List> Determines the difference<br />
<List> * (N) defines the n-th element of the list.<br />
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The first query can return a boolean result variable, so <math> true </ math> or <math> false </ math>. The last two give you a list as a result.<br />
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=== Cut points can be indicated === <br />
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=== Significant new opportunities for functions ===<br />
Determination of ...<br />
* Absolute extrema for functions in the limited interval<br />
* Vertical asymptotes and limits (on the right side, left side)<br />
* ...<br />
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=== Loci of slider ===<br />
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''... needs some text ...''<br />
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== Scripting ==<br />
Under Scripting refers to a type of programming, which, put simply, SOGT sure that will run on a user action into multiple actions GeoGebra. In older versions this was possible only for HTML and JavaScript but knowledgeable in the current version you have installed without the possibility of programming skills in GeoGebra buttons or input lines and link them with a list of commands. You have to learn any new commands, but simply uses the commands as they can be used in the input line.<br />
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Especially for the new scripting commands have been introduced, with which one can influence, for example, the appearance of objects and the canvas.<br />
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== Finally == <br />
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=== Where is the CAS? ===<br />
If you ask this, you have probably heard or read CAS should be incorporated in version 4.0; a CAS window and for some time in the beta version was already available. Beginning in 2011, it was resolved by the developer side to try a new CAS system for GeoGebra. The previously built-MathPiper did not meet all required functionality, and so the use of an external CAS called Maxima was allowed. This allowed users a better tool, although a less than ideal one.<br />
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In 2011, a Java version of Reduce [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reduce_%28computer_algebra_system%29], one of the oldest CAS programs (1960) became available, it was converted to Open Source a few years. The integration of MPReduce was begun under the Google Summer of Code; testing proved it to be well integrated. The decision was made to let go all other versions of CAS. Since of the integration process would be incomplete for the release date of version 4.0, the developers took out the CAS view from version 4.0. The CAS version will be published in the next stable release called version 4.2.<br />
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Those interested can test the beta version to 4.2. As usual, they now find a link to a Web Start version in the sub-forum to version 4.2 (near the bottom of the page).<br />
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=== Printed or PDF? ===<br />
If you have this text as PDF or get printed, then you should definitely visit the page on the wiki directly, which is at the address<br />
* Http://wikis.zum.de/geogebra-rlp/Neuerungen_in_GeoGebra_4.0<br />
can be achieved. It is worthwhile, because there you can try some of the functions in the form of small embedded GeoGebra applets or experience, at least in "action". There the gif image is animated really well.<br />
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=== Actually, there are more new features===<br />
This page is certainly a very good overview of the new version 4.0, but there are many little things that were not mentioned here because it would be just too much. Anyone who wants can look around on the following page:<br />
*'''[Http://www.geogebra.org/trac/wiki/4.0 Official list] the most important changes:'''<br />
*'''[Release Notes 4.0 http://www.geogebra.org/en/wiki/index.php/Release_Notes_GeoGebra_4.0 ]''', where all changes are listed.<br />
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=== Where do I now get the version 4.0 from? ===<br />
It's simple: go to the [http://www.geogebra.org side of the GeoGebra project] in the top menu and select'''Download''' on. Appearing on the page you will find a selection of all possible types of use. '''Primary''GeoGebra' way, is a GeoGebra variant in which the perspective is "Elementary Geometry" same used at the beginning.</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:Introduction_to_GeoGebraScript&diff=23090Tutorial:Introduction to GeoGebraScript2011-11-06T20:53:41Z<p>Acron: /* Increment/Decrement Buttons */</p>
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<div>Sometimes the ways students can interact with your worksheets using the basic features provided by GeoGebra are not powerful enough or too difficult to be used by your students, especially younger ones. '''GeoGebraScript is there to help you creating simple-to-use constructions with more sophisticated interactivity.''' It is a simple way to write [[Scripting|scripts]] (small programs) in GeoGebra.<br />
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<div style="overflow: auto;"><br />
<div style="float:right;"><br />
__TOC__<br />
</div>Common uses of scripting are:<br />
* Checking student's answers by letting them enter their answers into textfields and using scripts to check if they are correct.<br />
* Creating new tasks / challenges after the student pressed a button, either randomly generated or using a set of challenges defined by you.<br />
* Starting animations or revealing new parts of the construction after the student pressed a button or finished his task.<br />
* (and so on..)<br />
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There are two scripting languages in GeoGebra, GeoGebraScript and JavaScript, but this introduction focuses on GeoGebraScript as it uses the GeoGebra command syntax and is thus much easier to understand and learn for GeoGebra users. There are some differences between the scripting languages feature-wise, but GeoGebraScript is powerful enough for most situations.<br />
</div><br />
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{{note|1=Scripting is a topic intended for experienced users of GeoGebra, we recommend you to take a look at the [[Tutorial:Main Page|other tutorials]] before you dive into this topic if you're not that familiar with GeoGebra at the moment. (The basics about how scripting works and how you can add scripts to your constructions are explained here of course.)}}<br />
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==Background: Commands==<br />
There are not only tools to create an object in GeoGebra. You can do the same with [[commands]] and the input-bar. <br />
{{Example|1=With the command <code>Circle[(1,2),3]</code> you'll get a circle with the center at (1,2) with a radius 3.}}<br />
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Even if you use tools to create an object GeoGebra uses commands in the background to actually create the object. To see the command used to create an object can be found in the [[Properties Dialog]] under '''Definition'''. So tools are more or less only a help to enter those commands with the mouse. A list of all commands to create an object can be found [[:Category:Commands|here]].<br />
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We've only spoken about commands that create objects so far. The majority of commands create objects, but there are some commands intended to be used in scripts, something we will talk about in more detail later (for the curious, see [[Scripting Commands]]).<br />
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== Basics of Scripting ==<br />
Scripts are, at heart, just a sequence of GeoGebra commands executed in the following two situations:<br />
* ''Click:'' A script is executed after the user clicked on the object.<br />
* ''Update:'' A script is executed when the value or properties of the object changed. This may happen if the user moves elements of the construction around, changes sliders, etc.<br />
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Scripting in GeoGebra is object-centered, which means that you can define scripts for each object –one script for clicks, one for updates–, but no script can exist without an object (there is one exception for scripting using JavaScript).<br />
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To add scripts to an object just right-click the object in either the [[Algebra View|Algebra]] or [[Graphics View]], click the ''Object Properties…'' item and select the ''Scripting'' tab. Three more tabs will appear, ''On Click'', ''On Update'' and ''Global JavaScript''. The third one won't be of interest in this tutorial, but the two others can be used to add ''Click'' and ''Update'' scripts to the object you selected.<br />
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[[file:open-script-screen.png|Click to see larger version|750px]]<br />
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Now it's time to actually create a script, we will create a silly example using an ''Update'' script first:<br />
{{example|1=(Update script)<br />
# First of all, open a blank GeoGebra 4 window<br />
# Now create a point "A" and a line "a". Try out the [[Line Command|Line[..] command]] if you're not familiar with creating objects from the [[Input Bar]].<br />
# Open the ''On Update'' tab of the scripting panel as described in the paragraph above.<br />
# Now enter <br />
<pre>SetLineThickness[a, Distance[A, a]*2]<br />
SetPointSize[A, Distance[A,xAxis]]</pre><br />
as a script, click the ''OK'' button (very easy to miss!) and close the dialog.<br />
# Try to figure out what the script does, then check your assumption by moving the point A around!<br />
}}<br />
We've been using the [[SetLineThickness Command|SetLineThickness[] command]] to achieve this (unfortunately rather useless) effect, one of those commands intended for scripting we've talked about earlier. At some point you should at least skim the [[Scripting Commands|scripting command list]] to get an idea what's possible with these commands.<br />
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You can also find the whole construction in [http://www.geogebra.org/material/show/id/1519 GeoGebra].<br />
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== ToDo ==<br />
If you know something (a little) about scripting: You're help and participation is very welcome! You could add something for the following topics or think of something else:<br />
* More step-by-step instructions for beginners<br />
* Explanation of "scripting objects": Textfields (!!), buttons<br />
* More concrete examples (also links to GeoGebra files using scripting)<br />
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==Buttons==<br />
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=== Increment/Decrement Buttons ===<br />
Instead of using a showing a slider to go through a step-by-step explanation, you can use a button.<br />
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{{Example|1=<div><br />
* Create an integer slider, called <code>Steps</code>.<br />
* Create a Button using Button Tool<br />
* Enter for caption the visible label on the button<br />
* Enter the script <code>SetValue[Steps,Steps+1]</code> or simply <code>Steps=Steps + 1</code></div>}}<br />
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To decrement change "+" to "-". To change the size of the steps change 1 to your value.<br />
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{{Note|1=The command <code>Steps=Steps + 1</code> is only available in scripting. If you enter a command like that in the input bar, you'll get an error '''circular definition'''}}<br />
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[[Category:Advanced Tutorials]]</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:Introduction_to_GeoGebraScript&diff=23078Tutorial:Introduction to GeoGebraScript2011-11-06T17:08:28Z<p>Acron: </p>
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<div>GeoGebraScript is a simple way to write [[Scripting|scripts]] in GeoGebra. <br />
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==Useable Commands==<br />
There are not only tools to create an object in GeoGebra. You can do the same with [[commands]] and the input-bar. <br />
{{Example|1=With the command <code>Circle[(1,2),3]</code> you'll get a circle with the center at (1,2) with a radius 3.}}<br />
<br />
Even if you use the tools to create an object, the command to get this object via input bar can be found in the [[Properties Dialog]] behind '''Definition'''. So, tools are more or less only a help to enter those commands with the mouse. A list of all commands to create an object can be found [[:Category:Commands|here]].<br />
<br />
But there are some commands that do not create an object. These commands are especially for scripting. See [[Scripting_Commands]].<br />
<br />
Every object can be used to start an objects. Clicking or moving a point can be used too. But there are some objects that are created specially to use it for scripts: [[Insert Button Tool|buttons]] and [[Insert Input Box Tool|textfields]]. Here are some examples how to use them. <br />
<br />
==Buttons==<br />
<br />
=== Increment/Decrement Buttons ===<br />
Instead of using a showing a slider to go through a step-by-step explanation, you can use a button.<br />
<br />
{{Example|1=<div><br />
* Create an integer slider, called <code>Steps</code>.<br />
* Create a Button using Button Tool<br />
* Enter for caption the visible label ob the button<br />
* Enter the script <code>SetValue[Steps,Steps+1]</code> or simply <code>Steps=Steps + 1</code></div>}}<br />
<br />
To decrement change "+" to "-". To change the size of the steps change 1 to your value.<br />
<br />
{{Note|1=The command <code>Steps=Steps + 1</code> is only available in scripting. If you enter a command like that in the input bar, you'll get an error '''circular definition'''}}</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:Introduction_to_GeoGebraScript&diff=23077Tutorial:Introduction to GeoGebraScript2011-11-06T17:04:14Z<p>Acron: </p>
<hr />
<div>GeoGebraScript is a simple way to write [[Scripting|scripts]] in GeoGebra. <br />
<br />
==Useable Commands==<br />
There are not only tools to create an object in GeoGebra. You can do the same with [[commands]] and the input-bar. <br />
{{Example|1=With the command <code>Circle[(1,2),3]</code> you'll get a circle with the midpoint (1,2) and the radius 3.}}<br />
<br />
Even if you use the tools to create an object, the command to get this object via input bar can be found in the [[Properties Dialog]] behind '''Definition'''. So, tools are more or less only a help to enter thoose commands with the mouse. A list of all commands to create an object can be found [[:Category:Commands|here]].<br />
<br />
But there are some commands that do no create an object. These commands are especially for scripting. See [[Scripting_Commands]].<br />
<br />
Every object can be used to start an objects. Clicking or moving a point can be used too. But there are some objects that are created specially to use it for scripts: [[Insert Button Tool|buttons]] and [[Insert Input Box Tool|textfields]]. Here are some examples how to use them. <br />
<br />
==Buttons==<br />
<br />
=== Increment/Decrement Buttons ===<br />
Instead of using a slider to go through a step-by-step explanation, you can use a button.<br />
<br />
{{Example|1=<div><br />
* Create an integer slider, called <code>Steps</code>.<br />
* Create a Button using Button Tool<br />
* Enter for caption the visible label ob the button<br />
* Enter the script <code>SetValue[Steps,Steps+1]</code> or simply <code>Steps=Steps + 1</code></div>}}<br />
<br />
To decrement change "+" to "-". To change the size of the steps change 1 to your value.<br />
<br />
{{Note|1=The command <code>Steps=Steps + 1</code> is only available in scripting. If you enter a command like that in the input bar, you'll get an error '''circular definition'''}}</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:Introduction_to_GeoGebraScript&diff=23076Tutorial:Introduction to GeoGebraScript2011-11-06T17:01:44Z<p>Acron: </p>
<hr />
<div>GeoGebraScript is a simple way to write [[Scripting|scripts]] in GeoGebra. <br />
<br />
==Useable Commands==<br />
There are not only tools to create an object in GeoGebra. You can do the same with [[commands]] and the input-bar. <br />
{{Example|1=With the command <code>Circle[(1,2),3]</code> you'll get a circle with the midpoint (1,2) and the radius 3.}}<br />
<br />
Even if you use the tools to create an object, the command to get this object via input bar can be found in the [[Properties Dialog]] behind '''Definition'''. So, tools are more or less only a help to enter thoose commands with the mouse. A list of all commands to create an object can be found [[:Category:Commands|here]].<br />
<br />
But there are some commands that do no create an object. These commands are especially for scripting. See [[Scripting_Commands]].<br />
<br />
Every object can be used to start an objects. Clicking or moving a point can be used too. But there are some objects that are created specially to use it for scripts: [[Insert Button Tool|buttons]] and [[Insert Input Box Tool|textfields]]. Here are some examples how to use them. <br />
<br />
==Buttons==<br />
<br />
=== Increment/Decrement Buttons ===<br />
Instead of using a slider to go through a step-by-step explanation, you can use a button.<br />
<br />
{{Example|1=<div><br />
* Create an integer slider, called <code>Steps</code>.<br />
* Create a Button using Button Tool<br />
* Enter for caption the visible label ob the button<br />
* Enter the script <code>SetValue[Steps,Steps+1]</code> or simply <code>Steps=Steps + 1</code></div>}}<br />
<br />
To decrement change "+" to "-". To change the size of the steps change 1 to your value.<br />
<br />
{{Note|1=The command <code>Step=Step + 1</code> is only avaiable in scripting. If you enter a command like that in the input bar, you'll get an error '''circular definition'''}}</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:Introduction_to_GeoGebraScript&diff=23072Tutorial:Introduction to GeoGebraScript2011-11-06T14:50:22Z<p>Acron: </p>
<hr />
<div>Scripting Commands [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/Scripting_Commands]--[[User:Acron|Acron]] 15:37, 6 November 2011 (CET)<br />
<br />
== Increment/Decrement Buttons ==<br />
Create an integer slider, i.e., Steps.<br />
Create a Button using Button Tool, <br />
label button and add the following script: SetValue[Steps,Steps+1]<br />
<br />
To decrement change + to -.<br />
To change size of step change 1 to your value.</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:Introduction_to_GeoGebraScript&diff=23071Tutorial:Introduction to GeoGebraScript2011-11-06T14:49:37Z<p>Acron: </p>
<hr />
<div>Scripting Commands [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/Scripting_Commands]--[[User:Acron|Acron]] 15:37, 6 November 2011 (CET)<br />
<br />
== Increment/Decrement Buttons ==<br />
Create an integer slider, i.e., Steps.<br />
Create a Button using Button Tool, label button and add the following script: SetValue[Steps,Steps+1]<br />
<br />
To decrement change + to -.<br />
To change size of step change 1 to your value.</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:Introduction_to_GeoGebraScript&diff=23070Tutorial:Introduction to GeoGebraScript2011-11-06T14:45:55Z<p>Acron: </p>
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<div>Scripting Commands [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/Scripting_Commands]--[[User:Acron|Acron]] 15:37, 6 November 2011 (CET)<br />
<br />
<br />
== Increment/Decrement Buttons ==<br />
Create an integer slider, i.e., Steps.<br />
Create a Button using Button Tool, label button and add the following script: SetValue[Steps,Steps+1]<br />
<br />
To decrement change + to -.<br />
To change size of step change 1 to your value.</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Tutorial:Introduction_to_GeoGebraScript&diff=23069Tutorial:Introduction to GeoGebraScript2011-11-06T14:37:14Z<p>Acron: Created page with "Scripting Commands [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/Scripting_Commands]--~~~~"</p>
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<div>Scripting Commands [http://wiki.geogebra.org/en/Scripting_Commands]--[[User:Acron|Acron]] 15:37, 6 November 2011 (CET)</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Comments:LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas&diff=14576Comments:LaTeX-code for the most common formulas2011-10-06T00:03:14Z<p>Acron: /* Formulas */</p>
<hr />
<div>''If you have somewhere a very long formula, please share it with us. This will save time for everybody!''<br />
==Design-Tip==<br />
* A space before the formula leads to the box around the line. <br />
* Don't hesitate it is not looking so good. That can be done by anybody else. <br />
* An easy solution to get the same look is to copy the lines of an other formula for you formula.<br />
<br />
==How to use the formulas==<br />
Just copy the text in the dotted box into you text-input-box. If the formula should be dynamic you need to insert the object at the place of the variable that is used here.<br />
<br />
==Formulas==<br />
<br />
{| border="1" cellpadding="15" cellspacing="0"<br />
|+ ==Useful Formulas==<br />
! Usage !! LaTex Input !! LaTex Output<br />
|- <br />
| Slope for a straight line<br />
| m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}<br />
| <math>m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}</math><br />
|- <br />
| Compound Interest<br />
| Amount = Principal * \left( 1 + \frac {rate}{periods} \right) ^ {time\; *\; periods}<br />
|<math>Amount = Principal * \left( 1 + \frac {rate}{periods} \right) ^ {time\; *\; periods}</math><br />
|-<br />
| Slope for a straight line<br />
| m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}<br />
| <math>m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}</math><br />
|-<br />
| Quadratic Equation<br />
| a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0<br />
| <math>a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0</math><br />
|-<br />
| Vertex Form<br />
| f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k<br />
| <math> f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k</math><br />
|-<br />
| Factored Form<br />
| f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)<br />
| <math>f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)</math><br />
|-<br />
| Quadratic Formula<br />
| x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}<br />
| <math>x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}</math><br />
|-<br />
| Cubic Equation<br />
| a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0<br />
| <math>a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0</math><br />
|-<br />
| Cubic Vertex Form<br />
| a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0<br />
| <math>a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0</math><br />
|-<br />
| Basic Trigonometry Forms<br />
| sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)<br />
| <math>sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)</math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; b\;(x\; -\; h)\; +\; k<br />
| <math>f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; b\;(x\; -\; h)\; +\; k</math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; (B x + C) + k<br />
| <math>f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; (B x + C) + k</math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| b\;(x\; -\; h)\; = B\; \left( x\; -\; \frac {-C}{B} \right)<br />
| <math>b\;(x\; -\; h)\; = B\; \left( x\; -\; \frac {-C}{B} \right)</math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| h\; = \frac {-C}{B}<br />
| <math>h\; = \frac {-C}{B}</math><br />
|-<br />
| Limit forms<br />
| \lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x > ?} }<br />
| <math> \lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x > ?} }</math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| \lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x < ?} }<br />
| <math>\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x < ?} }</math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| \lim\limits_{x \to \infty}<br />
| <math>\lim\limits_{x \to \infty}</math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| <br />
| <math></math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| <br />
| <math></math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| <br />
| <math></math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| <br />
| <math></math><br />
|-<br />
|}</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Comments:LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas&diff=14575Comments:LaTeX-code for the most common formulas2011-10-06T00:01:08Z<p>Acron: /* Formulas */</p>
<hr />
<div>''If you have somewhere a very long formula, please share it with us. This will save time for everybody!''<br />
==Design-Tip==<br />
* A space before the formula leads to the box around the line. <br />
* Don't hesitate it is not looking so good. That can be done by anybody else. <br />
* An easy solution to get the same look is to copy the lines of an other formula for you formula.<br />
<br />
==How to use the formulas==<br />
Just copy the text in the dotted box into you text-input-box. If the formula should be dynamic you need to insert the object at the place of the variable that is used here.<br />
<br />
==Formulas==<br />
<br />
{| border="1" cellpadding="15" cellspacing="0"<br />
|+ Useful Formulas<br />
! Usage !! LaTex Input !! LaTex Output<br />
|- <br />
| Slope for a straight line<br />
| m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}<br />
| <math>m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}</math><br />
|- | Compound Interest<br />
| Amount = Principal * \left( 1 + \frac {rate}{periods} \right) ^ {time\; *\; periods}<br />
|<math>Amount = Principal * \left( 1 + \frac {rate}{periods} \right) ^ {time\; *\; periods}</math><br />
|-<br />
| Slope for a straight line<br />
| m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}<br />
| <math>m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}</math><br />
|-<br />
| Quadratic Equation<br />
| a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0<br />
| <math>a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0</math><br />
|-<br />
| Vertex Form<br />
| f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k<br />
| <math> f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k</math><br />
|-<br />
| Factored Form<br />
| f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)<br />
| <math>f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)</math><br />
|-<br />
| Quadratic Formula<br />
| x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}<br />
| <math>x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}</math><br />
|-<br />
| Cubic Equation<br />
| a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0<br />
| <math>a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0</math><br />
|-<br />
| Cubic Vertex Form<br />
| a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0<br />
| <math>a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0</math><br />
|-<br />
| Basic Trigonometry Forms<br />
| sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)<br />
| <math>sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)</math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; b\;(x\; -\; h)\; +\; k<br />
| <math>f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; b\;(x\; -\; h)\; +\; k</math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; (B x + C) + k<br />
| <math>f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; (B x + C) + k</math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| b\;(x\; -\; h)\; = B\; \left( x\; -\; \frac {-C}{B} \right)<br />
| <math>b\;(x\; -\; h)\; = B\; \left( x\; -\; \frac {-C}{B} \right)</math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| h\; = \frac {-C}{B}<br />
| <math>h\; = \frac {-C}{B}</math><br />
|-<br />
| Limit forms<br />
| \lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x > ?} }<br />
| <math> \lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x > ?} }</math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| \lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x < ?} }<br />
| <math>\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x < ?} }</math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| \lim\limits_{x \to \infty}<br />
| <math>\lim\limits_{x \to \infty}</math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| <br />
| <math></math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| <br />
| <math></math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| <br />
| <math></math><br />
|-<br />
| <br />
| <br />
| <math></math><br />
|-<br />
|}</div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Comments:LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas&diff=14574Comments:LaTeX-code for the most common formulas2011-10-05T23:22:21Z<p>Acron: /* Formulas */</p>
<hr />
<div>''If you have somewhere a very long formula, please share it with us. This will save time for everybody!''<br />
==Design-Tip==<br />
* A space before the formula leads to the box around the line. <br />
* Don't hesitate it is not looking so good. That can be done by anybody else. <br />
* An easy solution to get the same look is to copy the lines of an other formula for you formula.<br />
<br />
==How to use the formulas==<br />
Just copy the text in the dotted box into you text-input-box. If the formula should be dynamic you need to insert the object at the place of the variable that is used here.<br />
<br />
==Formulas==<br />
* '''Slope for a straight line:'''<br />
m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}<br />
::<math>m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}</math><br />
* '''Quadratic Equation:'''<br />
a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0<br />
::<math>a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0</math><br />
* '''Vertex Form::'''<br />
f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k</math><br />
* '''Factored Form::'''<br />
f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)</math><br />
* '''Quadratic Formula::'''<br />
x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}<br />
::<math>x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}</math><br />
* '''Cubic Equation::'''<br />
a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0<br />
::<math>a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0</math><br />
* '''Cubic Vertex Form::'''<br />
f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^3\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^3\; +\; k</math><br />
* '''Basic Trigonometry::'''<br />
sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)<br />
::<math>sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)</math><br />
f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; b\;(x\; -\; h)\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; b\;(x\; -\; h)\; +\; k</math><br />
f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; (B x + C) + k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; (B x + C) + k</math><br />
b\;(x\; -\; h)\; = B\; \left( x\; -\; \frac {-C}{B} \right)<br />
::<math>b\;(x\; -\; h)\; = B\; \left( x\; -\; \frac {-C}{B} \right)</math><br />
h\; = \frac {-C}{B}<br />
::<math>h\; = \frac {-C}{B}</math><br />
* '''Limit forms::'''<br />
\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x > ?} }<br />
::<math>\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x > ?} }</math><br />
\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x < ?} }<br />
::<math>\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x < ?} }</math><br />
\lim\limits_{x \to ?\infty}<br />
::<math>\lim\limits_{x \to \infty}</math><br />
* '''Amount using Compound Interest::'''<br />
Amount = Principal * \left( 1 + \frac {rate}{periods} \right) ^ {time\; *\; periods}<br />
::<math>Amount = Principal * \left( 1 + \frac {rate}{periods} \right) ^ {time\; *\; periods}</math></div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Comments:LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas&diff=14573Comments:LaTeX-code for the most common formulas2011-10-05T23:20:39Z<p>Acron: /* Design-Tip */</p>
<hr />
<div>''If you have somewhere a very long formula, please share it with us. This will save time for everybody!''<br />
==Design-Tip==<br />
* A space before the formula leads to the box around the line. <br />
* Don't hesitate it is not looking so good. That can be done by anybody else. <br />
* An easy solution to get the same look is to copy the lines of an other formula for you formula.<br />
<br />
==How to use the formulas==<br />
Just copy the text in the dotted box into you text-input-box. If the formula should be dynamic you need to insert the object at the place of the variable that is used here.<br />
<br />
==Formulas==<br />
* '''Slope for a straight line:'''<br />
m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}<br />
::<math>m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}</math><br />
* '''Quadratic Equation:'''<br />
a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0<br />
::<math>a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0</math><br />
* '''Vertex Form::'''<br />
f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k</math><br />
* '''Factored Form::'''<br />
f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)</math><br />
* '''Quadratic Formula::'''<br />
x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}<br />
::<math>x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}</math><br />
* '''Cubic Equation::'''<br />
a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0<br />
::<math>a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0</math><br />
* '''Cubic Vertex Form::'''<br />
f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^3\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^3\; +\; k</math><br />
* '''Basic Trigonometry::'''<br />
sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)<br />
::<math>sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)</math><br />
f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; b\;(x\; -\; h)\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; b\;(x\; -\; h)\; +\; k</math><br />
f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; (B x + C) + k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; (B x + C) + k</math><br />
b\;(x\; -\; h)\; = B\; \left( x\; -\; \frac {-C}{B} \right)<br />
::<math>b\;(x\; -\; h)\; = B\; \left( x\; -\; \frac {-C}{B} \right)</math><br />
h\; = \frac {-C}{B}<br />
::<math>h\; = \frac {-C}{B}</math><br />
* '''Limit forms::'''<br />
\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x > ?} }<br />
::<math>\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x > ?} }</math><br />
\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x < ?} }<br />
::<math>\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x < ?} }</math><br />
\lim\limits_{x \to ?\infty}<br />
::<math>\lim\limits_{x \to \infty}</math><br />
* '''Compound Interest::'''<br />
Interest = Principal * \left( 1 + \frac {rate}{periods} \right) ^ {time\; *\; periods}<br />
::<math>Interest = Principal * \left( 1 + \frac {rate}{periods} \right) ^ {time\; *\; periods}</math></div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Comments:LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas&diff=14572Comments:LaTeX-code for the most common formulas2011-10-05T23:13:28Z<p>Acron: /* Formulas */</p>
<hr />
<div>''If you have somewhere a very long formula, please share it with us. This will save time for everybody!''<br />
==Design-Tip==<br />
* A space before the formula leeds to the box around the line. <br />
* Don't hesitate it is not looking so good. That can be done by anybody else. <br />
* An easy solution to get the same look is to copy the lines of an other formula for you formula.<br />
<br />
==How to use the formulas==<br />
Just copy the text in the dotted box into you text-input-box. If the formula should be dynamic you need to insert the object at the place of the variable that is used here.<br />
<br />
==Formulas==<br />
* '''Slope for a straight line:'''<br />
m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}<br />
::<math>m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}</math><br />
* '''Quadratic Equation:'''<br />
a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0<br />
::<math>a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0</math><br />
* '''Vertex Form::'''<br />
f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k</math><br />
* '''Factored Form::'''<br />
f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)</math><br />
* '''Quadratic Formula::'''<br />
x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}<br />
::<math>x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}</math><br />
* '''Cubic Equation::'''<br />
a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0<br />
::<math>a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0</math><br />
* '''Cubic Vertex Form::'''<br />
f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^3\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^3\; +\; k</math><br />
* '''Basic Trigonometry::'''<br />
sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)<br />
::<math>sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)</math><br />
f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; b\;(x\; -\; h)\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; b\;(x\; -\; h)\; +\; k</math><br />
f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; (B x + C) + k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; (B x + C) + k</math><br />
b\;(x\; -\; h)\; = B\; \left( x\; -\; \frac {-C}{B} \right)<br />
::<math>b\;(x\; -\; h)\; = B\; \left( x\; -\; \frac {-C}{B} \right)</math><br />
h\; = \frac {-C}{B}<br />
::<math>h\; = \frac {-C}{B}</math><br />
* '''Limit forms::'''<br />
\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x > ?} }<br />
::<math>\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x > ?} }</math><br />
\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x < ?} }<br />
::<math>\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x < ?} }</math><br />
\lim\limits_{x \to ?\infty}<br />
::<math>\lim\limits_{x \to \infty}</math><br />
* '''Compound Interest::'''<br />
Interest = Principal * \left( 1 + \frac {rate}{periods} \right) ^ {time\; *\; periods}<br />
::<math>Interest = Principal * \left( 1 + \frac {rate}{periods} \right) ^ {time\; *\; periods}</math></div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Comments:LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas&diff=14571Comments:LaTeX-code for the most common formulas2011-10-05T23:12:47Z<p>Acron: /* Formulas */</p>
<hr />
<div>''If you have somewhere a very long formula, please share it with us. This will save time for everybody!''<br />
==Design-Tip==<br />
* A space before the formula leeds to the box around the line. <br />
* Don't hesitate it is not looking so good. That can be done by anybody else. <br />
* An easy solution to get the same look is to copy the lines of an other formula for you formula.<br />
<br />
==How to use the formulas==<br />
Just copy the text in the dotted box into you text-input-box. If the formula should be dynamic you need to insert the object at the place of the variable that is used here.<br />
<br />
==Formulas==<br />
* '''Slope for a straight line:'''<br />
m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}<br />
::<math>m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}</math><br />
* '''Quadratic Equation:'''<br />
a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0<br />
::<math>a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0</math><br />
* '''Vertex Form::'''<br />
f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k</math><br />
* '''Factored Form::'''<br />
f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)</math><br />
* '''Quadratic Formula::'''<br />
x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}<br />
::<math>x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}</math><br />
* '''Cubic Equation::'''<br />
a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0<br />
::<math>a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0</math><br />
* '''Cubic Vertex Form::'''<br />
f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^3\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^3\; +\; k</math><br />
* '''Basic Trigonometry::'''<br />
sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)<br />
::<math>sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)</math><br />
f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; b\;(x\; -\; h)\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; b\;(x\; -\; h)\; +\; k</math><br />
f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; (B x + C) + k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; (B x + C) + k</math><br />
b\;(x\; -\; h)\; = B\; \left( x\; -\; \frac {-C}{B} \right)<br />
::<math>b\;(x\; -\; h)\; = B\; \left( x\; -\; \frac {-C}{B} \right)</math><br />
h\; = \frac {-C}{B}<br />
::<math>h\; = \frac {-C}{B}</math><br />
* '''Limit forms::'''<br />
\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x > ?} }<br />
::<math>\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x > ?} }</math><br />
\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x < ?} }<br />
::<math>\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x < ?} }</math><br />
\lim\limits_{x \to ?\infty}<br />
::<math>\lim\limits_{x \to \infty}</math><br />
* '''Compound Interest::'''<br />
Interest = Principal * \left( 1 + \frac {rate}{periods} \right) ^ {time\; *\; periods}<br />
::<math>Interest = Interest = Principal * \left( 1 + \frac {rate}{periods} \right) ^ {time\; *\; periods}</math></div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Comments:LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas&diff=14570Comments:LaTeX-code for the most common formulas2011-10-05T22:58:26Z<p>Acron: /* Formulas */</p>
<hr />
<div>''If you have somewhere a very long formula, please share it with us. This will save time for everybody!''<br />
==Design-Tip==<br />
* A space before the formula leeds to the box around the line. <br />
* Don't hesitate it is not looking so good. That can be done by anybody else. <br />
* An easy solution to get the same look is to copy the lines of an other formula for you formula.<br />
<br />
==How to use the formulas==<br />
Just copy the text in the dotted box into you text-input-box. If the formula should be dynamic you need to insert the object at the place of the variable that is used here.<br />
<br />
==Formulas==<br />
* '''Slope for a straight line:'''<br />
m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}<br />
::<math>m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}</math><br />
* '''Quadratic Equation:'''<br />
a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0<br />
::<math>a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0</math><br />
* '''Vertex Form::'''<br />
f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k</math><br />
* '''Factored Form::'''<br />
f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)</math><br />
* '''Quadratic Formula::'''<br />
x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}<br />
::<math>x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}</math><br />
* '''Cubic Equation::'''<br />
a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0<br />
::<math>a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0</math><br />
* '''Cubic Vertex Form::'''<br />
f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^3\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^3\; +\; k</math><br />
* '''Basic Trigonometry::'''<br />
sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)<br />
::<math>sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)</math><br />
f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; b\;(x\; -\; h)\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; b\;(x\; -\; h)\; +\; k</math><br />
f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; (B x + C) + k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a\; sin\; (B x + C) + k</math><br />
b\;(x\; -\; h)\; = B\; \left( x\; -\; \frac {-C}{B} \right)<br />
::<math>b\;(x\; -\; h)\; = B\; \left( x\; -\; \frac {-C}{B} \right)</math><br />
h\; = \frac {-C}{B}<br />
::<math>h\; = \frac {-C}{B}</math><br />
* '''Limit forms::'''<br />
\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x > ?} }<br />
::<math>\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x > ?} }</math><br />
\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x < ?} }<br />
::<math>\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x < ?} }</math><br />
\lim\limits_{x \to ?\infty}<br />
::<math>\lim\limits_{x \to \infty}</math></div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Comments:LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas&diff=14569Comments:LaTeX-code for the most common formulas2011-10-05T22:44:52Z<p>Acron: /* Formulas */</p>
<hr />
<div>''If you have somewhere a very long formula, please share it with us. This will save time for everybody!''<br />
==Design-Tip==<br />
* A space before the formula leeds to the box around the line. <br />
* Don't hesitate it is not looking so good. That can be done by anybody else. <br />
* An easy solution to get the same look is to copy the lines of an other formula for you formula.<br />
<br />
==How to use the formulas==<br />
Just copy the text in the dotted box into you text-input-box. If the formula should be dynamic you need to insert the object at the place of the variable that is used here.<br />
<br />
==Formulas==<br />
* '''Slope for a straight line:'''<br />
m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}<br />
::<math>m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}</math><br />
* ""Quadratic Equation:""<br />
a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0<br />
::<math>a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0</math><br />
*""Vertex Form::""<br />
f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k</math><br />
*""Factored Form::""<br />
f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)</math><br />
*""Quadratic Formula::""<br />
x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}<br />
::<math>x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}</math><br />
*""Cubic Equation::""<br />
a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0<br />
::<math>a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0</math><br />
*""Cubic Vertex Form::""<br />
f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^3\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^3\; +\; k</math><br />
*""Basic Trigonometry::""<br />
sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)<br />
::<math>sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)</math><br />
*""Limit forms::""<br />
\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x > ?} }<br />
::<math>\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x > ?} }</math><br />
\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x < ?} }<br />
::<math>\lim\limits_{\substack{x \to ? \\x < ?} }</math><br />
\lim\limits_{x \to ?\infty}<br />
::<math>\lim\limits_{x \to \infty}$</math></div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Comments:LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas&diff=14568Comments:LaTeX-code for the most common formulas2011-10-05T22:37:22Z<p>Acron: /* Formulas */</p>
<hr />
<div>''If you have somewhere a very long formula, please share it with us. This will save time for everybody!''<br />
==Design-Tip==<br />
* A space before the formula leeds to the box around the line. <br />
* Don't hesitate it is not looking so good. That can be done by anybody else. <br />
* An easy solution to get the same look is to copy the lines of an other formula for you formula.<br />
<br />
==How to use the formulas==<br />
Just copy the text in the dotted box into you text-input-box. If the formula should be dynamic you need to insert the object at the place of the variable that is used here.<br />
<br />
==Formulas==<br />
* '''Slope for a straight line:'''<br />
m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}<br />
::<math>m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}</math><br />
* ""Quadratic Equation:""<br />
a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0<br />
::<math>a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0</math><br />
*""Vertex Form::""<br />
f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k</math><br />
*""Factored Form::""<br />
f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)</math><br />
*""Quadratic Formula::""<br />
x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}<br />
::<math>x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}</math><br />
*""Cubic Equation::""<br />
a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0<br />
::<math>a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0</math><br />
*""Cubic Vertex Form::""<br />
f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^3\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^3\; +\; k</math><br />
*""Basic Trigonometry::""<br />
sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)<br />
::<math>sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)</math></div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Comments:LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas&diff=14567Comments:LaTeX-code for the most common formulas2011-10-05T22:33:46Z<p>Acron: /* Formulas */</p>
<hr />
<div>''If you have somewhere a very long formula, please share it with us. This will save time for everybody!''<br />
==Design-Tip==<br />
* A space before the formula leeds to the box around the line. <br />
* Don't hesitate it is not looking so good. That can be done by anybody else. <br />
* An easy solution to get the same look is to copy the lines of an other formula for you formula.<br />
<br />
==How to use the formulas==<br />
Just copy the text in the dotted box into you text-input-box. If the formula should be dynamic you need to insert the object at the place of the variable that is used here.<br />
<br />
==Formulas==<br />
* '''Slope for a straight line:'''<br />
m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}<br />
::<math>m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}</math><br />
* ""Quadratic Equation:""<br />
a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0<br />
::<math>a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0</math><br />
*""Quadratic Formula::""<br />
x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}<br />
::<math>x\; =\; \frac {-b\; \pm\; \sqrt {b^2\; -\; 4ac}}{2a}</math><br />
*""Cubic Equation::""<br />
a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0<br />
::<math>a x^3\; +\; b x^2\; +\; c x\; +\; d\; =\; 0</math><br />
*""Basic Trigonometry::""<br />
sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)<br />
::<math>sin A = \frac {opp}{hyp} = \frac {a}{c} = (a/c)</math><br />
*""Vertex Form::""<br />
f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; a(x\; -\; h)^2\; +\; k</math><br />
*""Factored Form::""<br />
f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)<br />
::<math>f(x)\; =\; (x\; +\; a)\;(x\; +\; b)</math></div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Comments:LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas&diff=14566Comments:LaTeX-code for the most common formulas2011-10-05T22:25:51Z<p>Acron: /* Formulas */</p>
<hr />
<div>''If you have somewhere a very long formula, please share it with us. This will save time for everybody!''<br />
==Design-Tip==<br />
* A space before the formula leeds to the box around the line. <br />
* Don't hesitate it is not looking so good. That can be done by anybody else. <br />
* An easy solution to get the same look is to copy the lines of an other formula for you formula.<br />
<br />
==How to use the formulas==<br />
Just copy the text in the dotted box into you text-input-box. If the formula should be dynamic you need to insert the object at the place of the variable that is used here.<br />
<br />
==Formulas==<br />
* '''Slope for a straight line:'''<br />
m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}<br />
::<math>m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}</math><br />
* ""Quadratic Equation:""<br />
a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0<br />
::<math>a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0</math></div>Acronhttps://wiki.geogebra.org/s/en/index.php?title=Comments:LaTeX-code_for_the_most_common_formulas&diff=14565Comments:LaTeX-code for the most common formulas2011-10-05T22:25:12Z<p>Acron: /* Formulas */</p>
<hr />
<div>''If you have somewhere a very long formula, please share it with us. This will save time for everybody!''<br />
==Design-Tip==<br />
* A space before the formula leeds to the box around the line. <br />
* Don't hesitate it is not looking so good. That can be done by anybody else. <br />
* An easy solution to get the same look is to copy the lines of an other formula for you formula.<br />
<br />
==How to use the formulas==<br />
Just copy the text in the dotted box into you text-input-box. If the formula should be dynamic you need to insert the object at the place of the variable that is used here.<br />
<br />
==Formulas==<br />
* '''Slope for a straight line:'''<br />
m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}<br />
::<math>m=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}</math><br />
* ""Quadratic Equation:""<br />
::<math>a x^2\; +\; b x\; +\; c\; =\; 0</math></div>Acron