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Create tools for circle in circle triangle
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How to create tools for circle inside triangle  two side are lines and side  circlesegment? My GG tool give me only one point of consern two circles.
INPUT  circle A, two point C,D on cicrle A, point E inside circle A
OUTPUT  circle B (concern CE, DE and circle A), three points of concern
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not possible point() or pointin() in outputs of tools
you must to use free objects for inputs of tools
so create a free circle (ie> c: x^2+y^2=1) then C,D,E free, then create your output and the tool. then you must use the tool with objects that that meet the conditions
The Incircle command is a readymade tool :) https://wiki.geogebra.org/e...
not possible point() or pointin() in outputs of tools
you must to use free objects for inputs of tools
so create a free circle (ie> c: x^2+y^2=1) then C,D,E free, then create your output and the tool. then you must use the tool with objects that that meet the conditions
https://www.geogebra.org/cl...
INPUT  circle A, centrum of A, line1, line2, two point C,D of intersection line1 and line2 with cicrle A, point E intersection line1 and line2
OUTPUT  circle B (concern CE, DE and circle A), three points of concern
but sometimes don't plot points of intersactions B and CE, DE
it is work
line and circle has generally two points in intersection. this points are intersect(circle,line,1) intersect(circle,line,2)
you have created the tool with only one of this points.
redefine these points like element(removeundefined({intersect(circle,line,1),intersect(circle,line,2)}),1) then recreate the tool
easy
each time you have a point equal to intersect(<circle>,<line>,1) or intersect(<circle>,<line>,2) change the definiton to
element(removeundefined({intersect(<circle>,<line>,1),intersect(<circle>,<line>,2)}),1)
ie: open your first file and move the point C, the red circle blinks because X is undefined sometimes
open the attached and move C, the red circle does not blink because X exits ever
see the different definitions of X
@mathmagic
Point() is now allowed in tools:
https://www.geogebra.org/m/gbufnok5
pointin(<region>) also? randompoint?
@mathmagic: PointIn() is used in the Obtuse Triangle tool in the link Michael shared above. RandomPoint should also work, but I don't have any testcase for it.
Note that the output of Point / PointIn needs to be declared as output of the tool.
Thanks. I tested. PERFECT, PERFECT, PERFECT. randompoint() also.
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