Change Color or Style

To change the color or style of an expression, long-hold the colored icon to the left of the expression. Clicking the icon will hide or show the expression.

 

Clicking the holding the expression icon next to the expression will open the color and style menu.

 

 

For tables, the icon will be in the dependent header column. Different style options are available for expression types:

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    McKenna Oberheim

    Can I fill the polygons in with color or just the lines?

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    Brett J. Hayton

    Yes click on shading your graph above.

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    Physics Monkey

    Hello, I am trying to graph a function like 1/(SQRTx) and want to illustrate that it does not touch x=0, by having desmos place an open circle at x=0.

    I cannot figure out how to do this however. The style menu for my graph only allows me to toggle between a solid line and a dashed line (on top of color). I am not able to see "end styles" (open or closed circles) shown in the second demonstration above. can someone help me out?

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    Team Desmos

    Physics Monkey - try adding a point like (0,0). If you click and hold the styling icon, an open point option will be available.

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    145004742

    Hi, I was wondering how I could get brown. Should I mix orange and black? 

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    Kevin

    is there a way to shade in cosine graphs

     

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    Im out of ideas for names

    Is there a way to use custom colors rather than what's given?

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    21lia

    What is that pi thingy in misc?

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    21lia

    How do you use it?

     

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    701878

    Can we possibly get a color wheel? Instead of only 6 colors?

     

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    Rbuck

    Could you offer more color options?  I want to be able to graph my students growth over time and use a different color for each of my students... currently I can only put 6 students on one graph with the current setup.  Please and thank you!

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