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What is EUKLID DynaGeo?
EUKLID DynaGeo is a graphics program for creating dynamic geometric visualizations. These are geometric shapes with pre-established constants—usually expressed as relationships to other shapes or parts of the drawing—that do not change even when the interactive (dynamic) portions of the drawing are moved or altered in some way. It belongs to the category of educational or learning software and is commonly seen in use among instructors teaching an introduction to geometry.
The software is capable of constructing standard geometric shapes like lines, polygons and circles. Constructions like bisector and perpendicular are built into it for easier graphic generation, and students can add color to their shapes for better differentiation or visuals. Distances and angles are all measurable in the program, and animated drawings can be produced to better demonstrate how shapes transform. Teachers can aid student learning by creating drawings with attached notes (an option in the program) for a quick explanation.
Drawings can be exported as image files if required, with support provided for the BMP and EMF file formats. Users can also print out their work for distribution as learning handouts to students.
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File types supported by EUKLID DynaGeo
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Last updated: : June 24, 2014