Point

Constructs a point.

point(Real, Real)

Constructs a point with coordinates the given numbers.

point(Real, Real, Real)

Constructs a point with coordinates the given numbers.

point()

Constructs the point left parenthesis 0 comma 0 right parenthesis.

point(Complex)

Given a complex number in binomial form, constructs a point with coordinates real and imaginary part.

point(Vector | List)

Given a vector or a list with two or three elements, reals, constructs a point with such coordinates.

point(Real)

Given a real number x, constructs the point left parenthesis x comma 0 right parenthesis.

point(Line)

Returns a point of the given line.

point(Line, Real)

Given a line y left parenthesis x right parenthesis and real number x subscript 0, returns the point y left parenthesis x subscript 0 right parenthesis.

point(Segment, Real)

Given a segment stack P Q with bar on top and a real number lambda, returns the point lambda stack P Q with rightwards arrow on top.

point(Triangle)

Returns a point of the triangle.

point(Triangle, Real)

Returns a specific point of the triangle determined by the real number.

point(Circumference)

Returns a point of the circumference.

point(Circumference, Real)

Given a circumference left parenthesis x minus x subscript 0 right parenthesis squared plus left parenthesis y minus y subscript 0 right parenthesis squared equals r squared and a real number alpha, returns the point left parenthesis x subscript 0 plus r cos alpha comma y subscript 0 plus r sin alpha right parenthesis.

point(Ellipse | Parabola | Hyperbola, Real)

Returns a specific point of the ellipse/parabola/hyperbola determined by the real number.

point(Polygonal | Polygon)

Returns a point of the polygonal or polygon.

point(Polygonal | Polygon, Real)

Returns a specific point of the polygonal or polygon.

point(Arc, Real)

Returns a specific point given by the real number (the angle) of an arc.

point(Curve | Polar_curve, Real)

Given a real number x subscript 0 and a curve f left parenthesis x right parenthesis, returns a point with coordinates left parenthesis x subscript 0 comma f left parenthesis x subscript 0 right parenthesis right parenthesis in 2D, or left parenthesis f subscript 1 left parenthesis x subscript 0 right parenthesis comma f subscript 2 left parenthesis x subscript 0 right parenthesis right parenthesis in 3D.