# How do you trace on Desmos?

**Desmos**

**trace**feature, you can find coordinates and points of interest that lie along any graph you've created. All you have to do is click and hold your mouse button down on top of a graph, and you'll see the closest set of coordinates appear.

Also know, how do you trace a graph?

**Graph Trace** lets you move a **trace** cursor over the points of a **graph** or plot and displays value information. From the **Trace** menu, select **Graph Trace**. The **Graph Trace** tool appears at the top of the work area, the **trace** cursor appears, and the cursor coordinates are displayed in the lower right corner.

**TI-84: Finding Graph Coordinates (Tracing)**

- Press [Trace]. Then use the right and left arrow keys to move along the curve.
- Use the Up or Down arrow keys to switch functions. Then use the Right and Left arrow keys to trace.
- Alternatively, [2nd] [CALC] provides a menu of items. Choose "5: intersect".

People also ask, what does trace do on a graphing calculator?

When you press [**TRACE**], the cursor is placed on the **graph** at the point having an x-coordinate that is approximately midway between Xmin and Xmax. See the first screen. If the y-coordinate of the cursor location isn't between Ymin and Ymax, then the cursor doesn't appear on the screen.

Team **Desmos** By using the trace feature, you can **find** coordinates and **points** of interest that lie along any graph you've created. All you have to do is click and hold your mouse button down on top of a graph, and you'll **see** the closest set of coordinates appear.