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How to obtain a drawing grid

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by joehosty, Feb 26, 2012.

  1. Hey everyone,
    I have a PGCE interview upcoming and I need to draw some shapes on a nice square grid. I was just wondering where teachers get these grids from, is there a programme I should download which will let me draw on grids, or is there a cool website that will let me do it on?
    Essentially how do you get the grids you need to use to draw shapes!
    Thanks very much,
    Joe
     
  2. KYP

    KYP New commenter

    Have you seen GeoGebra? You can draw your diagrams on it, as well as get a grid. You can copy and paste your diagrams into other file types, for word processing and presentations. And it's free!
     
  3. maths126

    maths126 New commenter

    http://grundpraktikum.physik.uni-saarland.de/download/Graph_Paper_Printer.pdf

    This describes a free graph paper printing program which is sadly now unavailable from its original source.
    However, if you look for "gpaper.exe" you may find it hosted elsewhere.
     
  4. You can download a trial version of Augrograph 3.3. Its very good and creative.
    Good luck!
     

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