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April 23, 2010 1:35 PM Subscribe
Where can I find free geometry text diagram creating software? Even not so free software seems to not do what I want. I want to be able to draw simple plane geometry figures (e.g. right triangles) with markings (e.g. to indicate lines are perpendicular or angles are equal) and labels (e.g. of a line's length or the name of an angle) and such.
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Instead, the software I find can create tessellations or have it dynamically adjust to maintain conditions or plot curves or calculate areas, or do 3D perspectives--fancy stuff I don't need. I just want to draw the kind of pictures in the regents review books or high school texts.
I've tried Geometer's Sketch Pad (saves in funny formats) and Geogebra and others whose names I've already forgotten.