Help with Construction (I am a beginner)

lackadaisical_lies shared this question 2 years ago
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How would I construct a triangle with side lengths 4cm and 7cm with an included angle of 68 degrees? I know how to use the 'interval with a given length tool' but I don't know how to incorporate it with another interval at 68 degrees.


Any help would be appreciated! Thanks :)

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Bonjour ,

voir fichier joint

Cordialement

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You just need to do what you'd do with pencil and paper.

Here it's an easy step by step construction (other ways are possible...)

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Here http://wiki.geogebra.org/en... you can find the GeoGebra tutorials.

I suggest you to have a look at the Quickstart and IntroBooks series, that contain nice hints about the basic features of GeoGebra.

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Or you can work with two circles that have the same centre.

chris

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Ciao!

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goodmorning.

here another solution

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hello, I have been figuring out how to use geogebra to teach the concept that linear functions produce a straight line when plotted on the cartesian plane. I want to use a slider animation to show only the points being plotted which will help the learners get the idea (please look at the attachment)

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define a sequence of points limited by a slider and defined by the parameters a and b and a hidden function f(x)=a x + b

chris

Files: rij.ggb
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thanks for the help, you have bailed me out :)

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