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Geometry Gallery-Basic Geometry

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Material Type: Simulation
Technical Format: Java Applet
Date Added to MERLOT: February 08, 2002
Date Modified in MERLOT: October 10, 2013
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Author: Saltire Software Send email to Saltire Software 
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Submitter : Kurt Cogswell

Description:

A collection of applets that demonstrate basic geometric concepts.


Keywords:
Napolean's theorem, parallel lines, Angles on a chord, similar triangles, kite, cubic spline, perpendicular bisector, incircle, Pythagorean triple

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Primary Audience: High School, College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: Java-enabled browser
Language: English
Cost Involved: no Source Code Available: no
Accessiblity Information Available: no Copyright: no
Creative Commons: unsure

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Avatar for SYLVIA ALBORNOZ ORELLANA
27 weeks ago

SYLVIA ALBORNOZ ORELLANA (Faculty)

Buen material porque motiva a la exploración, siempre es necesario motivar al estudiante a que reconozca la geometría en el mundo que lo rodea.


Avatar for Carlos castro
1 year ago

Carlos castro (Teacher (K-12))

Sitio web que presenta contenidos asociados con matemáticas y que cuenta con aplicaciones en java que nos permiten indagar y explorar sobre distintos temas asociados a esta disciplina.

Recomendable para todo estudiante que este cursando algún curso relacionado con geometría, desarrolla el sentido exploratorio y la indagación y la comprensión concreta de la figura que se le está dando algún trabajo.

La pagina web es confiable y cuenta con todos los temas detallados y destacados claramente, es una buena herramienta utilizada para que los docentes la conecten con sus exposiciones cotidianas.

El amterial es confiable y estan tratado de buena forma los aspectos teoricos.

Para principiantes en geometría, requiere el acompañamiento de algún, tutor, docente o persona especializada en la asignatura.

 


Avatar for Kimberly King
5 years ago

Kimberly King (Faculty)

I spent about 30 minutes reviewing and experimenting with the applets available. Most of the simulations model concepts that I would like to show my students. I wish I had the ones dealing with angles inside circles about a month ago. I would have used them in my lessons. I think that these would be best used as a demonstration to spark conversation about concepts. They are not something that my students would use for long periods of time. They are just simple simulations to explore a concept and develop a conclusion.

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The applets are very simple and easy to use. For most of them you just click and drag vertices where you want them.

Avatar for   belardes
11 years ago

belardes (Student)

i found this site very interesting. i am doing my midterm on the pythagorem
theory so this information was very useful to me. Then i looked into the
pythagorean triples. i enjoyed learning the different sets that would produce a
right angle.

i think this a very interesting tool to have. this is going to help me with my
midterm and i will enjoy looking over the rest of these sites.
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