Create constructions with points, vectors, and segments for later dynamic changes.
GeoGebra, the free, open-source mathematics software is designed for math classrooms in secondary schools, but anyone who uses geometry, algebra, or calculus should check it out. It combines a flexible, easy-to-use geometry tool with direct input of equations and coordinates. It can create points, vectors, lines, segments, conic sections, and more using preconfigured tools and handle variables for vectors, numbers, and points. It's available in many languages and is supported by a community of users and developers as well as a useful Web-based Help file, a forum, and a wiki. It requires the Java Runtime Environment.
Learn to count in a variety of foreign languages: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish.
Import and analyze data and create graphs.
Provide assistance for the introductory mechanics of materials course.