At the moment I am introducing calculus to my sixth-form classes and I wanted to use Desmos to illustrate drawing a tangent to a curve. A quick search found a page I copied to my own account, I then modified the page to show a simple quadratic (f(x) = x2).
Something I have been meaning to do for a while is try the folder feature on Desmos, a rather neat way to create a tidy looking set of items.
Folders are easy to create:
Having created a folder, press enter and the next item will be placed in the folder. If you want to add items later, ‘nudge’ your item into the contents of the folder.
I recommend that students use Desmos to help them understand any questions they do; finding the equation of a tangent to a curve is a good example, Desmos can be used very quickly to illustrate a correct (or not!) solution.
For checking calculus examples students can use WolframAlpha, examples are included in the fourth slideshow here).
Update ….and along came @Desmos! (select either picture for graph page)
Thank you @Desmos! (Think I’ll put in a few requests!)