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leeying shared this problem 1 year ago
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When inputting x-3(x<=0) and zooming in to some extent, you will see the left branch extend larger than 0, but not equal 0 and end up at (0,-3+). And the right branch a bit more than 0, that begins with (0+, 0+).

I think it not right. Do you think so?

The question was discovered by my student, Ma Chishuo. I'm not sure if it is a bug.

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Please post the .ggb file

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Please post the .ggb file

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Please the attachment file. The bug appears in it.

Files: 01.ggb
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It's to do with how GeoGebra compares small numbers (with a certain tolerance).


Try eg

f(x) = x - 3 (100x ≤ 0)

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