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Top Geometry Software for Linux

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If you are interested about Geometry and are a Linux users, there are some great software applications you can install to help you with your passion. Here’s a list of the best Geometry software for Linux:

KSeg Geometry Sketchpad

KSeg is an open-source application that allows you to create geometrical constructions using your mouse and keyboard in the same fashion as you would do with a compass and a straight edge. The software is easy to use and learning it isn’t that difficult either. You can create points on the page with right-mouse button clicks and then use those points to form circles, segments, lines, or other geometrical objects.

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