GeoGebra is a simple but powerful tool which can be used by students to understand maths concepts, to help solve problems and to check solutions. GeoGebra can be used for statistics, for probability, for geometry, for trigonometry, for algebra and for functions. You can learn the basics of GeoGebra really quickly and in no time you’ll see your maths in a whole new way.
To help you get started on using GeoGebra here are some short videos which explain the basics of GeoGebra.
Want to download and install GeoGebra? Simply follow the instructions in this tutorial...
This tutorial shows you how to change some basic settings on GeoGebra to make it easier to use.
Moving and scaling the graphics view is one of the most useful things to know in GeoGebra.
When linking maths to real-life it can be useful to insert a picture into GeoGebra.
Knowledge of a few basic tools makes it easy to learn Geometry using GeoGebra.
Want to construct the perpendicular bisector of a line segment? This tutorial will ...
Understanding the equation of a circle is so much easier when you can see the circle.
Use GeoGebra with CensusAtSchool data to create charts, calculate means, and ...
The following instructional manuals guide teachers and students through how they can utilise the GeoGebra software in the strands of statistics & probability, geometry, functions, and calculus.
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