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Top Alternatives to GeoGebra for Mac

  1. Learning Numbers the Fun Way

    GeoGebra Classic 5 is a dynamic mathematics software for all levels of education. It joins various branches of math—including arithmetic, algebra, geometry...

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  2. Free App for Teachers

    GeoGebra Graphing Calculator is a special app that has been designed to make it easy to learn and teach a wide range of different maths and science...

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  3. Your own planetarium on OS X

    New feature for installing landscapes from ZIP archives. New plugin: Solar System editor. New plugin: Time Zone manual override. Oculars plugin:...

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  4. Improve your mathematical skills for free with GeoGebra Classic 6

    GeoGebra Classic is the ideal tool for students and teachers who are looking to improve their mathematical skills. The app helps users to understand...

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  5. Build and share concept maps with many customizable options

    Concept maps are a great way to organize projects, distribute tasks or even illustrate a term paper with a colourful explanatory chart. And now, with...

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  6. Discover your family tree with this slick app

    Creating your family tree offers an interesting insight into your past. MacFamilyTree makes it easy to enter and visualize your family history within a...

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  7. A Free (GPL) Science & education program for Mac

    XDrawChem is a helpful, free (gpl) Mac software.

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  8. Easy-to-use drawing application

    Sketchpad is a graphic design software from Sketch.io, which allows users to draw, doodle, and sketch. It offers a wide selection of drawing tools displayed...

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