Tuesday, February 7, 2017

GeoGebra Portable, dynamic mathematics for learning and teaching!
"GeoGebra is interactive and challenging, but kids might get frustrated and give up if they don't get clear directions." —Emily Pohlonski, commonsense.org (May 2013)
"GeoGebra is an impressive geometry and calculus exploratory tool. I tend to use it as an exploratory tool when I need something quick. ...more intelligent than MS Math 4.0, ...but the audience for each product is not exactly the same. Having the 2 products will give you some excellent tools for exploring mathematics." —Murray Bourne, IntMath.com (19 Feb 2015)
"GeoGebra is a fantastic tool for math students of all ages from elementary school to higher ed. The learning curve is a little bit steep if you or your students are going to create your own material, but there are also thousands of resources available that you can use right away!" —Kirsten Babin, babinedtechreviews.weebly.com (12/17/2014)
GeoGebra is a free software program that lets kids create mathematical constructions and models.  They drag objects and adjust parameters to explore algebra and geometry simultaneously.

Size: 159 MB (167,366,656 bytes) Packed Size: 47.0 MB (49,311,744 bytes)
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Size: 166 MB (174,669,824 bytes) Packed Size: 59.3 MB (62,210,048 bytes)
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Added several manuals found on the Net.

GeoGebra Math Apps and GeoGebra Classic for Desktop

  • GeoGebra has two editions:
    • GeoGebra Math Apps that is based on Electron/Chromium, and
    • the older GeoGebra Classic for Desktop that is based on Java/Qt.
  • We recommend to use GeoGebra Classic for Desktop since it's 100% portable.

Portability Notes

  • GeoGebra Math Apps stores its settings in Windows data folder while running.
  • GeoGebra Classic is 100% portable, but its dependencies: Qt and Java write non essential data to Windows registry and data folders while running.
  • Make sure it exits cleanly before plugging out your thumbdrive.

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