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[posted to geometry.pre-college, and e-mailed]
>In response to a few inquiries. > >There are two basic types of geometry software -- dynamic and non-dynamic. >Dynamic software needs either a Macintosh or IBM with Windows 3.1 or later.
...or a Java-capable web browser. If you can get your hands on one, take a look at my colleague David Joyce's Geometry Applet