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HOW Can i draw tangent lines to the a curve through a point
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hi. HOW Can i draw tangent lines to the a curve through a point NOT ON the curve?
the geogebra can easily draw tangent lines to the a curve such as x² + y²=0 from a point A(0,2) But when the curve is such as y=x² and a point A(0,2) THEN geogebra can not draw tangent lines
How can i do this?
and why the geogebra cannot do this in the second case?what is the difference?
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Hi,
use the Tangents_Tool
:) Can you draw an example in geogebra pls
ok i got it.
it should be written in y=x^2 format not in f(x)=x^2
Are you sure that's what you were trying to do? From what I see here, the command Tangents returns the tangent to the function at x(A), not passing through A.
hello
tangent[point,function] works different tangent[point,conic]
in first case it does the tangent to function in (x(a),f(x(A)))
in second case it does the tangent through A
y=x^2 is a conic but f(x)=x^2 is a function, so the results are different
saludos
another option tangent[line,conic]
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