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Wednesday, 15 June 2011 | Comments
I know there are stacks of GeoGebra files available on the Internet, but I’ve started putting my own here on the site.
The one thing about these files, compared to some I’ve seen, is that I like to use the show/hide capability for demonstration files. That means they can be used as examples/exercises with students. Another way would be to take one of these files, delete an angle and share it with students to make their own questions.
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