Summary: Approximate photos of real-world objects with virtual 3-D shapes
Pros: Intuitive interface, automatic calculations, and built-in tools for reporting mean it's ready for classroom use right out of the box.
Cons: Automatic calculations remove the technical work from geometry, controls can be a bit finicky, and the shape palette is limited.
Bottom Line: A quick way to make solids more tangible, especially when paired with good lesson plans that get students working directly with formulas.
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