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## Revision as of 11:55, 15 December 2015

## What are Views

GeoGebra provides different *Views* for mathematical objects, which are displayed in different representations (e.g. algebraic and graphical) and are linked dynamically. This means that if you modify an object in any of the *Views*, its representations in the other *Views* automatically adapt to these changes if possible.

## Main Views

: Algebra ViewAlgebraic representations of objects are displayed and can be entered directly using the (virtual) keyboard (e.g. coordinates of points, equations). | |

: Graphics ViewMathematical objects can be constructed with your mouse or by using a touch pad and changed dynamically afterwards. | |

: 3D Graphics ViewThree dimensional mathematical objects can be constructed and changed dynamically. | |

: Spreadsheet ViewYou can work with data and explore statistical concepts. | |

: CAS ViewGeoGebra's Computer Algebra System can be used for numerical and symbolic computations. |

## Other Display Features

* Construction Protocol*: This interactive list of your construction steps allows you to redo your construction step by step.

* Probability Calculator*: Allows you to easily calculate and graph probability distributions.