My posts are few and far between these days. I hope that changes soon, but for now, it’s just a post here and there when I can. And today I can! Let me share some fun Desmos-ing with you!

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**A new Desmos feature: how to use labels!****Attending to the clarity and usability of graphs.****Fun cross-sectional solids graphs to play with!! What could be better?**

It’s no secret with my colleagues that I love Desmos. For real. SO. MUCH. And I love it when people ask me to help them look for Desmos graphs or activities for particular topics.

Which brings us to today. One of the calculus teachers I work with was asking me about whether I knew of any good Desmos graphs of rotational solids. I sent him some awesome graphs made by Geoff Patterson. Graphs that use such advanced math that my jaw drops with awe. Seriously. If you haven’t given his blog a look, do yourself a favor and check it out. Pronto. Here’s a link: http://www.geoffofx.com/.

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