# Difference between revisions of "Tips:Simple moveable Square"

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To get a square, that is moveable with a side-length of 3 you can do the following: | To get a square, that is moveable with a side-length of 3 you can do the following: | ||

* Create a [[point]] <code>A</code>. | * Create a [[point]] <code>A</code>. | ||

− | * Enter at the [[Input Bar]] <code>B=A+(3,0)</code>, <code>C=A+(3,3)</code> and <code>D=A+(3 | + | * Enter at the [[Input Bar]] <code>B=A+(3,0)</code>, <code>C=A+(3,3)</code> and <code>D=A+(0,3)</code>. |

* Use [[segment]]s or the [[Polygon Tool]]. | * Use [[segment]]s or the [[Polygon Tool]]. | ||

[[es:Pista:Cuadrado Móvil]] | [[es:Pista:Cuadrado Móvil]] |

## Revision as of 15:34, 31 July 2012

Of course there is a tool to create a square by using the Regular Polygon Tool, but the result is not really moveable. You need to move the both points, that are used to draw the square.

To get a square, that is moveable with a side-length of 3 you can do the following:

- Create a point
`A`

. - Enter at the Input Bar
`B=A+(3,0)`

,`C=A+(3,3)`

and`D=A+(0,3)`

. - Use segments or the Polygon Tool.