Loads fine from HDD...not Server: [Resolved]

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When I ran the following code from my hard drive, it opened two different GeoGebraTube files...when loaded on the server is loaded the two file as the same file...Is there something I can add to the code to allow both embedded files to load properly...Solve Linear Systems hosted files with one ggbase64 and one GGT code sets...


Tony


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    <title>Simple Linear System of Equations - GeoGebra Dynamic Worksheet</title>

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    <h2>Simple Linear System of Equations</h2>

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    This lesson will assist student in learning to solve simple linear systems of equations in two variables by elimination. The graphical solution is demonstrated as well.<br/>

    The process is completed by manipulating the sliders to multiply or divide the coefficient to get either the x or y values to be the same (opposite).<br/>

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    n and m are values from 1-10, r and s multiply the line by -1, and i and j turn the n and m values into divisors.<br/>

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    <span class="bold">Your assignment</span> is to copy 10 original equation sets, eliminate the x-values and solve for y (copy the eliminated system), reset sliders to eliminate y-values and solve for x (copy the eliminated system). After writing the solution, check you solution by clicking on Show Intersection to verify you are correct. Also, you may check you solution by the graphical solution. <a href="../../../VideosABC/demosGG/SimpleLinearEqns.swf" target="_blank" class="large">Demo Video</a></p>


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    Enjoy learning linear combinations interactively.<br/>

    This applet can be used by teachers in a demonstration mode in the classroom or teachers can have students load it on their own computers and complete the exercise above for a for a grade.</p>

    <p><span style="font-size:small">A B Cron, 16 November 2012, Created with <a href="http://www.geogebra.org/"; target="_blank" >GeoGebra</a></span></p>

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Hi,


I uploaded the file to another server and it worked OK for me. Can you please upload it to your server too and send us the link so that we can check whether it's related to your server or whether it's a browser problem?


Thanks,

Zbynek

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TestIt is a reposting from another computer on the server. I will test from home later tonight to also check the browser again, but it seems to work from here...


Sorry about second post, but I thought my original post's title did not have sufficient meaning for the topic, especially after about 48 hours...I tried to keep it a small as possible...I've a few more multiple files to setup and I was wondering if I might need to add some code...you can pull the 2nd post if you deem it necessary...It would be nice if lewws post could be move to the original...


Tony

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It seems to be that the overall problem may have been a glitch with my browser the other night. I just do not know the cause...everything is working well now...I have uploaded the new html file to as a new page. Thanks for the assistance...


Tony

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