Geometry & Graphs

The Geometry & Graphs question type is designed for questions that involve two-dimensional geometry, coordinates and graphs. Use the Geometry & Graphs question type to:

  • Let students work with geometrical constructions to get insight into mathematical properties.
  • Allow students to use tools like ruler and protractor to answer questions.
  • Create questions about coordinates, points and lines.
  • Let students create smooth graphs by connecting points in a coordinate system.

The list of applications is much longer and is limited only by your creativity as an author.

The Geometry & Graphs question type supports automatic evaluation and randomization. These features will be explained in-depth in the following sections.

Example 1
Drag the blue points to see what Abel’s Theorem is about.

Example 2
Drag point P_x to move the tangent along the graph