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How to get the intersection of a locus and a line ?
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I am trying to create the intersection of a locus and a line...see attached file.
Somehow it seems inpossible to do so...strange because it is however possible to put a point on a locus.
I have also tried to add the command " LocusEquation " but all I get is an error " unknown command".
There is something I am doing wrong, but I cannot figure out what.
Would you please have a look at my file and let me know how to get the intersection of the green locus and the red line ?
Thanks in advance.
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Creating inters...
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You get the "Unknown command" as output of a LocusEquation() command when it's not possible to determine the equation of the locus. See https://wiki.geogebra.org/e...
For the same reason I guess that it's currently not possible to get intersections.
Anyway, in ancient times ;) Zbynek suggested a cool workaround.
See https://help.geogebra.org/t...
I'm attaching your file where I've created the objects defined in the linked post.
A solution with Spline()
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