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Desmos.com Jun 16
Replying to @cluelesskiwi
Way to create the round function! You can verify by typing round( ).
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Desmos.com Jun 14
Replying to @MitchellAlg
Now, it does. All good!
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Desmos.com Jun 14
Replying to @MitchellAlg
I think you need to change the permission settings.
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Desmos.com Jun 12
Replying to @solvingforx
Great request. Sounds like a possibility once we update the code of polygraph. Till then, the best option might be to use the pause feature and then discuss those questions.
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Desmos.com Jun 12
We'd love to hear more specifics! Feel free to tweet or DM. ^dan
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Desmos.com Jun 12
Replying to @StephenMikeT
More than just shirts can found at .
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Desmos.com Jun 10
Replying to @mrlevesquemath
Thanks for the feedback. Timestamp is not an option but some users will use the pacing tools to stop students from working on an activity. For example, one might pause the activity and/or pace the activity to a certain screen. Would that help?
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Desmos.com Jun 9
Replying to @NoahsArkTech
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Desmos.com Jun 9
might be your huckleberry here. ^dan
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Desmos.com Jun 8
Replying to @RRHSClousenator
Bummer. Feel free to reach out for help in the CL discussion board.
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Desmos.com Jun 8
Replying to @koeljamm
We love the idea of being able to perform calculations for given measurements. For now, that is not a feature.
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Desmos.com Jun 8
Replying to @herbertmath628
For sure! Head to and turn on Marbleslides. Then you can create your own Marbleslides activities. If you want to edit OURS email dan@desmos.com and I'll hook up the right links.
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Desmos.com Jun 7
Replying to @ProdctvStruggle
No folders, yet. Thanks for the push to help users better organize their graphs. It is on our list.
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Desmos.com Jun 6
Replying to @JThurmond1979
Here is how to hide the y-axis. But maybe when you graph you would still need to let y=0, such as (3, 0) Maybe you are wanting to just enter 3.
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Matt Coaty Jun 6
An elementary Desmos journey
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Desmos.com Jun 6
Replying to @Mcoaty
Great post. Loved how you took the time to write a lot of details in your journey of going from a "newbie" to creating your own activities. Keep up the great work.
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Desmos.com Jun 6
Replying to @mecoides
yes. The production of restrictions is way to say "and". Example:y= f(x){restriction}{restriction} Use a comma between two restrictions as away to say "or". Example: y= f(x){restriction, restriction}
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Desmos.com Jun 6
Replying to @karlfisch
We can merge the two accounts for you. Please send us an email to support(at)desmos(dot)com with the details. Thanks!
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Desmos.com Jun 6
Replying to @brynhumberstone
Thanks for the feedback. We will think more about user design of a diagonal location for a label. Till then for a up and left, you could move the point up and then choose an always left location.
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Desmos.com Jun 5
Replying to @MrsArnoldPlus1
For now, there are no text features. But students can click on the card to zoom in or, a less user friendly option, is to use a screen shot of the text.
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