Construction and interactive calculation and visualization
GEUP 9 is an interactive plane geometry software for math visualization and to perform dynamic math calculations. It allows to create dynamic and general constructions/applications visually by defining math elements through the included construction tools. GEUP 9 allows the modification of the construction visually (directly in screen) and it calculates each one of its particular cases in real time. The range of application of GEUP 9 is very wide, next its main applications are described.

Exploring Geometry
The geometric elements defined by its basic tools verify the euclidean geometry axioms and a set of tools at the same level allows its application in analytical, transformational and fractal geometry. Also the capability to define your own construction tools (macros) through the application of the built-in construction tools, allows to create geometry applications about non-euclidean geometries.

Easy to use in Education in all its application areas
GEUP is a great help to teach and learn at any level, helping students to understand concepts more quickly and encourages the exploration and the discovery.

Algebra, Calculus and interactive Mathematics
The capability to define non-geometric elements allows the application of the construction concept in Algebra, Calculus, etc. Use its full potential to create interactive and dynamic math calculations and visualizations and you will discover new ways to study Mathematics in a wide range of areas.

Science and Engineering/Industrial design
The interactive construction, calculation and visualization concept of GEUP 9 implies its application in Physics, Engineering/Industrial design and more to study mathematical models of real world quickly, visually and efficiently. is a component of GEUP and GEUP 3D for 2D/3D CAD modeling.

Main features
  • Capability to apply in euclidean / non-euclidean(macros), analytical, transformational, fractal geometry.
  • Capability to construct the basics geometric elements: points, lines, circles, conics, polygons (including regular polygons).
  • It allows to modify geometric elements dynamically, reforming very fast the construction.
  • Calculate fast and precise loci (by points, lines and circles).
  • Inverse dragging for the points that defines and describes a locus.
  • Intersections with loci.
  • Locus of locus and locus from a point on a grid.
  • Enables geometric transformations (symmetry, reflection, translation, dilation, rotation, inversion).
  • Verify geometric properties (parallel, perpendicular, member, collinear, equidistant).
  • Capability to define, combine, evaluate and plot functions.
  • Capability to define parameters with visual variation and animation.
  • It works with cartesian and polar coordinates.
  • Capability to plot points through a dialog box.
  • Capability to define user construction tools through macros.
  • Capability to attach and share macros between documents.
  • Construction list.
  • Capability to dynamically visualize the euclidean plane and modify its dimensions.
  • Automatic selection of points.
  • Capability to define animations on the construction.
  • Parametric colors.
  • The interface adapts to the screen resolution.
  • Edit and modify the construction at any time.
  • Capability to print any area of the defined plane and change the scale.
  • Easy to learn and easy to use.
  • Fully customizable. It includes multi-language support.

The main new features in version 9:
  • Simultaneous group selection of different types of elements
  • Automatic assign of 'Pixels / (distance unit)' to equal a given constructed length measure with a given value
  • Option to assign the position of a point on element by modifying its numeric value
  • Numbers as basis element of an iteration
  • Show the number of iterations of an iteration: in the status bar, in the dialog 'Step by step', in the construction list
  • Option to set default for the number of iterations in a new iteration
  • Rotation of an element around a point given angular value defined by three points
  • Segments/vectors of null length, circles of null radius/arcs of null length
  • Maximum detection distance extended
  • Maximum name-element distance extended
  • Maximum dimensions on the construction plane extended
  • Selection of any rectangle of the construction plane
  • Selection of the created elements in a multiple geometric transformation
  • Option of modify the order of the macros in the dialog 'Macros'
  • Option to assign the color of the unit marks of a coordinate system
  • Indicator(mark) for the rotation center in tool 'Rotate selection'
  • Selection of ascendants/descendants elements of selected elements

System requirements
Microsoft Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000. RAM and processor requirements are the same as the operating system requirements, and at least 7MB of free hard disk space.
 
 
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