### Below are frequently asked questions from Desmos students just like you!

**How do I represent a fraction?**

To enter a fraction, try using the "/" symbol on your keyboard. Or, you can use the Desmos keypad.

To convert a decimal to a fraction, use the icon to the left of the expression line in the graphing calculator and on the right in the scientific and four function calculators.

**How do I plot a point?**

**How do I connect points?**

**How do I graph a line?**

**How do I graph only part of my equation?**

**How do I shade portions of my graph?**

**How do I change the viewing window so I can see my graph?**

For more extensive data, you may find it easier to manually adjust the domain and range of the viewport. To do so, click on the wrench to open the Graph Settings menu and choose which axis you'd like to adjust. For more information check out this article on graphs settings.

**How do I change the style/color of the graph?**

**How do I add an image to my graph?**

**Add Item**menu and choose

**Image**from your desktop files

*.*For more information check out this article on adding items to a graph.

**How do I find a line of best fit/run a regression?**

**How do I change from radians to degrees?**

**How do I share my graph?**

**How do I solve equations on Desmos?**

**How do I find important points on a graph (like intercepts, maximums, etc.)?**

Click on a gray dot to open the coordinates at that point - click the point again to hide the coordinates.

One tip - to see the coordinates on your curve, it's best to enter the expression explicitly.