Limiting the domain and range on the Desmos graphing calculator is simple. Once you’ve mastered this feature you’ll be cranking out incredible graph art in no time. Watch this quick tutorial to learn how: Who knew piecewise notation could be so fun! Click the graphs below to see domain… Continue reading How To: Graphing with Restrictions
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Graphing Inequalities Adding colored shading to your Desmos graphs is easy with inequalities. Use < and > for strict inequalities (dotted line), and <= or >= for non-strict inequalities (solid line). Check out the video below for a quick demo. Now that you know the basics, kick your shading skills up a notch! Here are some creative uses… Continue reading How To: Graphing Inequalities
How To: Graphing Inequalities
Have you ever wondered how to find points of interest on Desmos? It’s easy! Watch the brief video tutorial beneath this post for a quick rundown of how to find maxes, mins, intercepts, and intersections between several expressions. Now head to the calculator and give it a try. You can start with this graph of wave interference:… Continue reading How To: Points of Interest
How To: Points of Interest
We’ve had many requests for video tutorials, so our team has been hard at work making these for you. Check out our first one below - and stay tuned for many more to come! Using Sliders Here’s a few fun slider examples created by our users: Let’s Play Some Football! - Use the sliders to… Continue reading How To: Sliders
How To: Sliders