**The First and Most Comprehensive SAT-Oriented Desmos Course**

#### Let us show you how to use the Desmos graphing calculator to rapidly solve problems on the Digital SAT

**We begin at the Beginning, but You Can Dive In Anywhere**

You’ll learn **everything you need to know** about using Desmos on the Digital SAT, starting with the nuts and bolts, but if want to get right to the worked examples, jump right into any topic and explore the course however you like

**All the Details, Explained and Illustrated**

We don’t just tell you how to use the tools in Desmos; we **show **you, with clear, well-marked pictures of just what you’ll see in the Desmos user interface

**Includes Hundreds of Interactive Live Graphs**

This isn’t a text book that just sits there, or a bunch of videos that show you someone else using Desmos—it’s **an interactive experience** that includes hundreds of carefully-crafted interactive live Desmos graphs

**Hundreds of Example Digital SAT Problems, Solved**

The course methodically goes through **every type of Digital SAT problem** for which you can use Desmos, with each topic containing realistic example problems and live Desmos graph solutions

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**Course Curriculum**

- What's this Section About?
- Solving an Equation for a Variable
- Linear Equations in Slope-Intercept Form
- Solving Systems of Linear Equations
- Linear Inequalities
- Systems of Linear Inequalities
- Finding Solutions of a Quadratic Equation
- Solving Mixed Systems
- Attributes of Parabolas
- Percentages
- Forming Exponential Equations
- Scatterplots and Lines of Best Fit
- Finding the Attributes of a Data Set

- Launching Desmos
- Creating a Desmos Account—Or Not
- Desmos's Weird Graph URL Behavior
- Creating, Opening, Editing, Saving, Recovering, Bookmarking, Sharing, and Embedding Graphs
- Input and Display Areas and Controls
- Basic Graph Area Settings
- Radians or Degrees?
- Interacting with the Graph Area
- Exposing "Interesting" Points on Graphs
- When You Need an Interesting Point and Desmos Holds Out on You

- Solving Equations
- Entering Mathematical Terms
- More on Entering Fractions
- The Essential Graphing Variables: x and y
- Placing Conditions on Graphs
- General-Purpose User Variables
- Special Non-Coordinate Variables and Reserved Constants
- Solving Proportions
- The Equals Sign: Chameleon of Desmos
- Points
- Sliders, Bounds, and Steps
- Tables
- Entering and Using Functions
- Useful Built-In Functions
- Lists
- Percentages
- Reducing Fractions to Lowest Terms
- Converting Between Decimal and Fractional Representations
- Using Regression to Find Equations of Lines and Curves
- Advanced Regression Concepts and Solving Techniques
- Copying/Pasting
- Equivalent Expressions
- Solving for a Relationship
- Finding the Slope of Any Linear Equation
- Notes
- Folders

- Finding Slope
- Finding the Slope-Intercept Equation for a Graph
- Finding the Graph for a Slope-Intercept Equation
- Finding the y-Intercept of a Line Given Points
- Finding the Equation of a Line or Function from a Table or Set of Points
- Finding the y-Coordinate of a Point on a Line Given Two Other Points

- Finding Solutions for Simple One-Dimensional Linear Inequalities
- Finding Solutions for Two-Dimensional Linear Inequalities
- Solving Compound (Double) Inequalities
- Solving Systems of Linear Inequalities
- Finding a Minimum or Maximum Coordinate Value of a Solution to a System of Linear Inequalities
- Solving Absolute Value Problems