Alignment of Negative Numbers on x-axis

DashingDave shared this question 6 days ago
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I doubt this is possible, but I might as well ask: is there a way to change how negative numbers are centered to tick/hash marks on the x-axis? While textbooks primarily center negative numbers in a fashion that's weighted much more in the numeral's direction


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Geogebra centers negative numbers to the entire expression including the negative sign

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Just wondering if there"s a way to change that.

Also, is there any way to make the numbers on the axes larger?

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The easiest way to change the size of the number on the axes is tho increase the fontsize.

If you want to have the numbers the size and/or the place you like them, use the command Text( <Object>, <Point> ).

When you create a list with the numbers and a list of points you can place the numbers where you want, and if you wish so, define the position of the negative numbers differently as the position of the positive ones.

chris

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