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Learn and Use GeoGebra  StepbyStep Help on How to Use GeoGebra
Suggestion: If you appreciate these GeoGebra resources please take a minute or two and write a note to their creator: Dr. Linda FahlbergStojanovska. Thanks!  Tim Fahlberg, Linda's brother
Math247 GeoGebra (Links to all GeoGebra resources on this site.)
Other tutorials  GeoGebra for Beginners, Students Building Simulators and Teaching with GeoGebra
Lesson 1  Beginning GeoGebra Basics  Points and Lines


Lesson 2  Horizontal Lines, Angles, Labels with GeoGebra


Lesson 3  Sliders, Properties, Text


Lesson 4  Inputs and Disappearing Objects


Lesson 5  More Inputs, Dynamic Text and Latex


Lesson 6  Grids, Axes & Drawing Pad


Lesson 7  Publishing, Interactive Displays  now fixed for ggb7 (thx Kevin!)


Lesson 8  Functions, Inputs and Derivatives


Lesson 9  Auxiliary Objects, Format Paint, Polar Coordinate Graph (see GeoGebra Starters)


Lesson 10 Boat Landing Problem 1  Using GeoGebra to Simulate Real Problems
An interesting problem made accessible for 8th10th graders using GeoGebra.


Lesson 11 Polygons and Translation, Checkboxes
This lesson demos some of the new features of GeoGebra 3. It is not complicated!
screencast construction protocol boolean


Lesson 12 Fitting a Curve to an Image
This lesson demos some of the new features of GeoGebra 3.1 (prerelease). You can do everything in GGB3 except fit the curve to the points since the FitLine function is a NEW feature in GeoGebra 3.1.
screencast geogebra image scatterplot fitcurve least squares


Lesson 13 Animating your GeoGebra Activity  It is easy!
This lesson shows how easy it is to add animation to your GeoGebra activity
screencast geogebra animate animation


Lesson 14 Reduced Fractions and Coefficients NOTE: July 2009. I have not checked out the new fraction display in GeoGebra 3.2. This lesson may become obsolete. :)
This lesson is on how to present reduced fractions and coefficients with GeoGebra
screencast geogebra fractions coefficients
* There is no need for sgn() function anywhere  my brain must have been fried.


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Comments (1)
Dani said
at 4:47 pm on Aug 8, 2008
I am very grateful for the effort and quality work that was put into it. I plan to use it in my classes and also to let the local math community know about it. In addition I am preparing enrichment exercises for this.
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