Monthly Archives: March 2013

GeoGebra Roadmap

As always, our development team is working hard behind the scenes to improve and extend GeoGebra based on the valuable feedback from you, our user community. Today, we would like to let you know about our plans for the months

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ChromeApp News, HTML5 GeoGebra

We’ve been working hard to improve the GeoGebra Chrome App. Some of the improvements include: The Derivative command (and hence the Tangent Tool) are now working for all functions (rather than just polynomials as before) Integration now works for most

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GeoGebra in India: perspectives of GeoGebra in developing countries

An important issue in teaching mathematics with GeoGebra is how the so called developing countries can get access to it and benefit from this software. We will follow up here with a series of blog posts on GeoGebra activities in

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ORBIT/GeoGebra Primary Mathematics Competition – Results!

Wow! The power of GeoGebra is in both the maths and the community. We had some excellent entries and as per the rules are forced to pick three winners. But to keep you on the edge of your seats 🙂

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