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By Murray Bourne, 30 Apr 2013

MathGraph32 is a great free tool for exploring 2D and 3D math concepts.

(It's been around for a while, but I only recently discovered it.)

There is a download version as well as an online Java-based version.

UPDATE (May 2018): MathGraph32 is now Javascript-only, meaning it is capable of running on most operating systems and most browsers.

According to the site, MathGraph32 is an:

Open source cross-platform software of geometry, analysis and simulation.

It was developed by French-speaking mathematician, Yves Biton. Some of the examples are in French, but it's quite easy to see what is going on. (There is an English version of the program).

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Here are some examples from MathGraph32 (images by them).

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You can explore several examples (some for "teaching purposes"), and there are tutorials that help explain the use of the applet.

It's well worth checking out!

The link again: MathGraph32

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HTML: You can use simple tags like <b>, <a href="...">, etc.

To enter math, you can can either:

  1. Use simple calculator-like input in the following format (surround your math in backticks, or qq on tablet or phone):
    `a^2 = sqrt(b^2 + c^2)`
    (See more on ASCIIMath syntax); or
  2. Use simple LaTeX in the following format. Surround your math with \( and \).
    \( \int g dx = \sqrt{\frac{a}{b}} \)
    (This is standard simple LaTeX.)

NOTE: You can mix both types of math entry in your comment.


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