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A picture that has the diagonals and the median of a trapezoid drawn in, with its points accurately labeled. This picture sets itself up to yield at least four important and useful formulas concerning trapezoids.
A picture of a trapezoid that sets itself up for use in programs that require specific inputs for specific sides. Also yields the possibility of solving for the area of one of the four triangles made by drawing the diagonals of the triangle.
A pictorial representation of Stewart's Theorem. This can easily be used in another program that requires specific user input for certain lengths in the Stewart-style triangle.
|squ_squa.zip||1k||11-06-15||Square Within Square|
This program declares various lengths on a square when another square is "inscribed" within it. This yields itself to the application of at least one well-known, useful formula.
|rtioarea.zip||1k||11-06-15||Quadrilateral Within Another Quadrilateral|
A picture that displays a quadrilateral "inscribed" with another one. Can be used to specify the effects of at least two well-known and useful geometric formulas.
Image of a pentagon illustrating some important characteristics.
A picture of three tangent circles and the relations of their coordinates on the Cartesian plane.
A picture of Ceva's Theorem.