Geometria is an educational software application that runs on Windows and Linux for helping you visualize and solve problems in solid geometry via a graphic interface.
Gaining access to the utility’s features requires only opening the executable file (there’s no installation setup included in the process).
You may uninstall it by deleting the files that you have grabbed from the Internet. In addition, you can store it on portable media devices like USB flash drives and carry it with you.
The program can be accessed via your web browser, be it Firefox, Chrome or Internet Explorer. It comes packed with several sample problems and solutions which can be opened via an Explorer-like panel. Plus, you are allowed to define new problems using the built-in editor and save them as documents.
Geometrical objects may be analyzed by rotating them to different angles. There’s also support for a multi-tabbed environment so you can switch between multiple geometrical figures with ease.
Define problems and solutions
Geometria gives you the freedom to create problems and provide an answer to them. You can save the problems and share them with the built-in Solver. The Solver is used for opening the problems and revealing the solution. You can playback the solution anytime.
There’s support for several figure manipulation tools that help you measure, draw upon, transform, rotate, view wireframe or labeled items, and print the objects. You may add various predefined objects, such as regular prism, regular pyramid, tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, dodecahedron, and icosahedron.
You can perform drawings on the surface of a figure, make use of labels and variables (a variable is generated as a result of a measurement or calculation), work with a calculator that supports valid expressions with numbers, variables, operators, functions, and parentheses, and keep track of records with the aid of a built-in notepad.
What’s more, you are allowed to clear all records from the notepad, undo or redo your actions, edit problems using HTML markup, define the answer type (number, multiple choice, point set, segment set, fixed plane or condition plane), and save data to plain text file format.
An overall efficient utility
All in all, Geometria integrates a bunch of handy tools for helping you compose and solve geometrical problems, including figures such as pyramids, pr ce698b3d9e
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Lua OS and Lua are open-source and free software, licensed under the terms of the GNU LGPL 2.1 (or later) and the GNU GPL 3.0 (or later). Lua OS is intended to be a collection of compatible programs that can be used together to create applications of virtually any kind. These applications are written in pure Lua 5.1 (with minor optional tweaks) and their interplay is based on the ability to send and receive messages using the libcoro package.
Lua OS Overview:
Lua OS is a collection of programs written in Lua 5.1. Lua OS is typically run as a sandboxed application on top of a traditional OS. Since Lua OS is written in Lua 5.1, it is, to some extent, compatible with older Lua 5.1 and newer 5.2 applications. These applications need to be compiled with a C compiler to use Lua OS (and the libcoro package) and will be called.lu files. Currently, this is the only way to make use of the Lua OS “sandboxing” concept, as the Lua libraries alone are not “sandboxed”.
Lua OS can run as a standalone application without any OS involved. This is how it is included with many distributions. This version of Lua OS has a short history of versioning:
0.19 -> initial release
0.17 -> re-implemented and improved safeLua.
0.15 -> re-implemented and improved debugLua.
0.14 -> re-implemented and improved libcoro.
0.13 -> added libcoro.
0.12 -> added SafeLua.
Lua OS capabilities:
Lua OS is a combination of a set of programs written in Lua 5.1 and some tools to interface with the operating system. Lua OS contains the following components:
The lua os package allows several different applications to be run simultaneously using the Lua-OS components. All parts of this package need to be compiled