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geogebra
 GeoGebra: A dynamic mathematics software for all levels of education

How can I embed code from the Android platform into one of my applications?
https://github.com/geogebra/geogebra How can I obtain the source code for the Android platform and embed it into our own app with only the core layer code, DeskTop, and web platform source code? Thank you for your reply.

Desmos 3D graphing calculator (beta)
I don't think their codebases are particularly connected: AFAIK Desmos is a clientside browser app, so the software is distributed to the user for using in that way, which seems incompatible with the GPL3+ licensing of the GeoGebra codebase.
https://github.com/geogebra/geogebra

How is the level of difficulty for this programme Calculus  1, Is it possible for me who is a total dummy, I am feeling very nervous.
Edit: while learning derivatives you should definitely play around with a graphing calculator like https://www.geogebra.org/ . It will make understanding what's going on a lot more intuitive.

Intersection of two conics
There are a lot of different cases, it's quite tricky. Here's the numerical algorithm in full https://github.com/geogebra/geogebra/blob/master/common/src/main/java/org/geogebra/common/kernel/algos/AlgoIntersectConics.java

Bug on the website? Loading a .ggbfile into web viewer
Access to XMLHttpRequest at 'https://example.com/files' from origin 'https://www.geogebra.org' has been blocked by CORS policy: No 'AccessControlAllowOrigin' header is present on the requested resource.

bug in DynamicCoordinates( <Point>, <xCoordinate>, <yCoordinate>, <zCoordinate> )
It's very simple and should stay that way  changing it would probably add bugs https://github.com/geogebra/geogebra/blob/master/common/src/main/java/org/geogebra/common/kernel/advanced/AlgoDynamicCoordinates.java

[Request] How do I solve for X in this scenario? The Pythagorean Theorem only gives me so much info.
Can you redraw this on something like Geogebra and post a screenshot with the relevant points? Can you also explain where the circles come from and/or why you can just use trig?

Any idea if there is a way of creating simulations such as the ones from the website PhET Colorado Edu, but without knowing anything about html, C++ or Python?
There are some decent physics examples built out in Geogebra that you might be able to use directly or modify. https://www.geogebra.org/
 What are your favorite English, math, and science teaching websites?
PyQCS

Does math have a place anywhere in free software?
Projects like that are often like GRID Python Toolkit (used to compute QCD/QFT stuff) or PyQCS (a quantum computing simulator). Small, free, and get the job done.
What are some alternatives?
manim  Animation engine for explanatory math videos
manim  A communitymaintained Python framework for creating mathematical animations.
LibreCAD  LibreCAD is a crossplatform 2D CAD program written in C++17. It can read DXF/DWG files and can write DXF/PDF/SVG files. It supports point/line/circle/ellipse/parabola/spline primitives. The user interface is highly customizable, and has dozens of translations.
gpt  A Python toolkit for lattice field theory, quantum computing, and machine learning
cheatsheets  Official Matplotlib cheat sheets
actixtelepathy  Cluster extension for actix
solvespace  Parametric 2d/3d CAD
handcalcs  Python library for converting Python calculations into rendered latex.
BOUTdev  BOUT++: Plasma fluid finitedifference simulation code in curvilinear coordinate systems
halzade.github.io  some rusty fractals
textbooks  Source code of Mathigon's interactive textbooks