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Van Aubel's Theorem: Dynamic Illustration

Van Aubel's Theorem: Dynamic Illustration

Michelda Aubel was born in raised in the community of Nan Kafe in La Gonâve, Haiti. She is 15-years-old and enrolled in the 10th grade at Matènwa Community Learning Center. Michelda enjoys reading, singing, studying and playing soccer. She comes from a family with little means and can't afford all the fees that are required for her education. She wants to become a nurse and is hopeful that her nursing career will help provide for her family and help the people in La Gonâve and Haiti in…

Michelda Aubel was born in raised in the community of Nan Kafe in La Gonâve, Haiti. She is 15-years-old and enrolled in the 10th grade at Matènwa Community Learning Center. Michelda enjoys reading, singing, studying and playing soccer. She comes from a family with little means and can't afford all the fees that are required for her education. She wants to become a nurse and is hopeful that her nursing career will help provide for her family and help the people in La Gonâve and Haiti in…

Le tableau actuel par Marjan van Aubel dispose d'un panneau solaire pour recharger les téléphones mobiles

Le tableau actuel par Marjan van Aubel dispose d'un panneau solaire pour recharger les téléphones mobiles

Parallel Lines Proportionality Theorem: Dynamic Illustration

Parallel Lines Proportionality Theorem: Dynamic Illustration

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Parallelogram Theorem (Illustrated without Words)

Parallelogram Theorem (Illustrated without Words)

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In the applet below, the perpendicular bisector of the blue segment (with endpoints A and B) is shown.    Before completing the directions below, move/drag points A and B around to verify that the brown line is the perpendicular bisector of AB.     Directions: Use the tools of GeoGebra to do the following:  1) Plot a point anywhere on this perpendicular bisector.    2) Measure and display the distance from this point to point A. 3) Measure and display the distance from this point to…

In the applet below, the perpendicular bisector of the blue segment (with endpoints A and B) is shown. Before completing the directions below, move/drag points A and B around to verify that the brown line is the perpendicular bisector of AB. Directions: Use the tools of GeoGebra to do the following: 1) Plot a point anywhere on this perpendicular bisector. 2) Measure and display the distance from this point to point A. 3) Measure and display the distance from this point to…

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Midpoint Definition Question (I)

Midpoint Definition Question (I)

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Dynamic Illustration of a (not-often-seen) theorem relating to both chords and tangents.

Dynamic Illustration of a (not-often-seen) theorem relating to both chords and tangents.

Finsler-Hadwiger Theorem: Dynamic Illustration with Key Questions

Finsler-Hadwiger Theorem: Dynamic Illustration with Key Questions

Butterfly Theorem (Dynamic Illustration)

Butterfly Theorem (Dynamic Illustration)

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