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## Compare two revisions of: Visualization Variables

 ... ... @@ -164,9 +164,9 @@ The points and the slider are then added to the canvas. 164 164 \number[editable]{n}{real}{-1} 165 165 \slider{n_s1}{n}{-5}{5} 166 166 \slider[1]{n_s2}{n}{-10, editable}{10, editable} 167 - \number{abs}{real}{abs(var(n))} 167 + \number{absn}{real}{absn(var(n))} 168 168 \point{p1}{real}{var(n),0} 169 - \point{p2}{real}{var(abs),0} 169 + \point{p2}{real}{var(absn),0} 170 170 \end{variables} 171 171 172 172 \label{n}{$n_1 =$} ... ... @@ -208,9 +208,9 @@ their colors, see You can extract the x and y coordinates of a point and use it as in *value* for other variables by using var(p1)[x] and var(p1)[y] 217 217