### The Geometry & Graphs Question type

This question type is for two-dimensional concepts, such as geometry, coordinates, function graphs, and graphs of vertices and edges. The diagrams are dynamic, allowing students to drag points to discover mathematical properties.

The Geometry & Graphs question type supports automatic evaluation based on author-defined criteria. It also allows you to create randomized questions.

### Example: Geometry & Graphs as an interactive resource

You can use Geometry and Graphs as an interactive resource to allow students to experiment and get a feel for mathematical properties.

This example shows Aubel’s Theorem. Drag the blue points and see how the dashed lines always remain perpendicular!

See the documentation for an overview of the many tools you can use to create custom constructions.

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### Example: Geometry & Graphs as a question type

You can also use Geometry and Graphs as an independent question type with automatic evaluation.

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### Example: Combine with other question types

Geometry and Graphs can easily be combined with one of the other question types, like in this calculus exercise.