Many of the programs I've covered in the past have have been
desktop-environment-agnostic—all they required was some sort of
graphical display running. This article looks at one of the programs
available in the KDE desktop environment, KAlgebra.
You can use your distribution's
package management system to install it, or you can use Discover,
KDE's package manager. After it's installed, you can start it
from the command line or the launch menu.
When you first start KAlgebra, you get a blank slate to start doing