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Sounds like a good idea. Perhaps the stickied tutorials could benefit at first, as a tryout?

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Once we figure out how we'll be integrating their software we will definitely be coming out with tutorials and more info. This is just a basic heads up about them as I realized we haven't mentioned them up until this point and definitely shouldSounds like a good idea. Perhaps the stickied tutorials could benefit at first, as a tryout?

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Hi Jameson,

It is indeed a nice graphing software that is worth integrating at MHB. But it seems that desmos calculator can only produce two dimensional graphs. So I suggest telling them that it would be great to have the drawing capability of three dimensional graphs, if that is possible.

Kind Regards,

Sudharaka.

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With regards to 3-D graphing: their site seems to be targeting those that are in secondary/high school level mathematics and they usually (and most likely) never have to deal with or worry about 3-D graphing. Although it would be a nice feature to have in the future on MHB, I think it's best not to get too far ahead of ourselves and see how well our relations with the company go from here. I'm thinking for 3-D graphing, though, we're going to have to look into something else but we'll know better as time goes on.Hi Jameson,

It is indeed a nice graphing software that is worth integrating at MHB. But it seems that desmos calculator can only produce two dimensional graphs. So I suggest telling them that it would be great to have the drawing capability of three dimensional graphs, if that is possible.

Kind Regards,

Sudharaka.