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Controlling a free point using a slider
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This is a bit of a strange question.
https://www.geogebra.org/cl...
Basically, I have this setup where you can rotate the circle with a slider. But I also have a freefloating point X. Is there a way to get point X to rotate along with the circle when I drag the slider, while still having point X be a freefloating point?
I have a feeling this might be possible with some scripting, but I'm not exactly sure how to do it.
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A very simple solution.
rotate also the circle c with alpha: c: Rotate(Circle(A, B), α, A)
you can nothing see, but the circle and his area inside turn relay.
Now define the point X as: X = PointIn(c)
thats all
You can move X inside the circle c and X turn with the area of c and the area c turn with alpa
If X can be also outside c, then create a not visible, very big rotated circle and associate X with the area of this big circle.
A very simple solution.
rotate also the circle c with alpha: c: Rotate(Circle(A, B), α, A)
you can nothing see, but the circle and his area inside turn relay.
Now define the point X as: X = PointIn(c)
thats all
You can move X inside the circle c and X turn with the area of c and the area c turn with alpa
If X can be also outside c, then create a not visible, very big rotated circle and associate X with the area of this big circle.
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