# Desmos art flower

• Drawing Picture – Desmos Project
• Your will use the Desmos website as a tool to graph equations, forming them into a picture of your choosing. For now, I made my own flowers. I created an image of a flower with symmetrical shapes through parabolas and lines. How to graph cubic functions on desmos.

Mistake 2 - Using TI instead of Desmos With my first class I had students use their TI calculators to check that their equations actually went through the two points by graphing and then finding the two points on the table. I am also excited to do this activity with my Pre-Calculus students when we get to polar equations in February see my post-project update below, a few paragraphs down. We were taught some basics briefly, and a few meetings later we were give a project to draw anything we wanted on desmos.

For some context, the question contains a picture of a flower and asks how one would go about precisely plotting the flower in polar coordinates. Enter your code.

In this project, you will use Desmos and your knowledge of equations to make art. An image of your graph will print on the first page and the expression list will print on the next pages. The most obvious advantage of Desmos is that the screen is as large as the screen of the This flower connects to me because my name Xochi is Aztec and stands for princess of a flower. All of these equations have different features and "shapes" when put onto an x-y axis.

Ask your teacher for a code and enter it above. This year I am using the Desmos Art Graphing project as a fun, end of year, assessment for … To save your graphs. Desmos art For this project, we were assigned to create an image using sets of equations: quadratic, linear, exponential, polynomial, etc. Select a topic to begin or continue your Learn Desmos adventure.

This is a repost, hopefully everyone can see it this time! Sign uporlog in. And now, the holy mother of equations, this: Calculator can't even do this one! I created this by shifting and re-arranging graph function equations. Desmos offers best-in-class calculators, digital math activities, and curriculum to help every student love math and love learning math. The functions I used were Cubic function, Square root function, Rational function, Absolute value function.

These projects involve using various equations and inequalities in our free Graphing Calculator to create some truly impressive pictures, often as … May 1, - Desmos offers best-in-class calculators, digital math activities, and curriculum to help every student love math and love learning math. Was this article helpful? The project is intended to reinforce your knowledge of writing linear equations from a graph and introduce the idea of linear regressions.

Video conference trends for ; March 12, And the abstract symmetrical lines explain my loud personality. I also learned how to … A simple image should take about 25 equations. Team Desmos March 23, This is your chance to combine your amazing mathematical skills with your This is my submission for the art competition.

Find the missing element for each row and check your result with the Desmos graph. You won't ruin anything If it appears you need to make changes to the function at this point, you can make changes in the website and note them on your final draft and list of equations. Sign in to your account.

We had two meetings in class to discuss the functions expression linear, quadratic, circle, reciprocal and how to use desmos to present those curves. This to complete our topic about Simultaneous Equations finding the solution, point of intersection between curves. I challenged my students to create an attractive drawing using Desmos with at least three curves as straight lines, circles and parabolas, in three weeks project. They must submit the original one, too.

Students can create their own picture. As the result, some of them really made extraordinary pictures, the remaining are excellent. I found several pictures that I thought were really creative and nice, but they are mostly difficult. Finally, I found a very simple one, and it was a city.

I figured I could make it more interesting and unique by adding more buildings and details. My city ended up looking really different from the picture I saw in the first place. I just drew the houses and buildings one by one and place it where I think it would look nice as a whole picture. Amabel Christy: This term, we learned further about linear equalities in A-Math class. Our teacher, Ms Hedy introduced us to this software which we could insert our chosen equation and it will automatically appear on the grid.

This math software was called Desmos. We were taught some basics briefly, and a few meetings later we were give a project to draw anything we wanted on desmos. We were generously allotted a month before its submission. Some of them were pretty mind-blowing containing thousands of equations, but most probably will take forever to modify and complete it so I chose a simpler piece an old-dated plane.

I changed the archs into straight lines and complicated equations into simpler types. A rose seemed to hard so i drew Tulips because it looked easier. I made the pot first then the flowers. I actually drew the pot too small so I had to make it a little bigger to fit the flowers. I download a full HD picture of the logo and started making my desmos project on it from scratch.

At first, I just made the basic structure of the project by making equations for lines, curves and circles, then I cut those structures using inequalities. Hedy thought my A-Math class on the basics on how to make those basic shapes, so I basically just tweak those equations to make the basic structure of my project. The hard part is coloring the curved parts of my project, as it requires at least 4 equations. At first Ms. After that I just change the colors of the object and copy-pasted the equations to make the color opaque.

It was a good experience on making a picture only by using equations, and the fact that I started it from scratch without any internet reference makes it rewarding. See how the teacher and student do collaboration in learning, teachers might do not know how it works in some topics, teachers could be wrong and make mistakes.

This is show how the teacher learn a new thing and the student, too : Below is the pictures. To see the title of each picture, move your mouse pointer over the picture.

Select a topic to begin or continue your Learn Desmos adventure. This is a repost, hopefully everyone can see it this time!

### Drawing Picture – Desmos Project

Sign uporlog in. And now, the holy mother of equations, this: Calculator can't even do this one! I created this by shifting and re-arranging graph function equations. Desmos offers best-in-class calculators, digital math activities, and curriculum to help every student love math and love learning math.

The functions I used were Cubic function, Square root function, Rational function, Absolute value function. These projects involve using various equations and inequalities in our free Graphing Calculator to create some truly impressive pictures, often as … May 1, - Desmos offers best-in-class calculators, digital math activities, and curriculum to help every student love math and love learning math.

Was this article helpful? The project is intended to reinforce your knowledge of writing linear equations from a graph and introduce the idea of linear regressions. Video conference trends for ; March 12, And the abstract symmetrical lines explain my loud personality. I also learned how to … A simple image should take about 25 equations. Team Desmos March 23, This is your chance to combine your amazing mathematical skills with your This is my submission for the art competition.

Find the missing element for each row and check your result with the Desmos graph. You won't ruin anything If it appears you need to make changes to the function at this point, you can make changes in the website and note them on your final draft and list of equations. Students can create their own picture. As the result, some of them really made extraordinary pictures, the remaining are excellent. I found several pictures that I thought were really creative and nice, but they are mostly difficult.

Finally, I found a very simple one, and it was a city. I figured I could make it more interesting and unique by adding more buildings and details. My city ended up looking really different from the picture I saw in the first place. I just drew the houses and buildings one by one and place it where I think it would look nice as a whole picture. Amabel Christy: This term, we learned further about linear equalities in A-Math class.

Our teacher, Ms Hedy introduced us to this software which we could insert our chosen equation and it will automatically appear on the grid.

This math software was called Desmos. We were taught some basics briefly, and a few meetings later we were give a project to draw anything we wanted on desmos. We were generously allotted a month before its submission. Some of them were pretty mind-blowing containing thousands of equations, but most probably will take forever to modify and complete it so I chose a simpler piece an old-dated plane.

I changed the archs into straight lines and complicated equations into simpler types. A rose seemed to hard so i drew Tulips because it looked easier.

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