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Question about Plot function?

  • To: mathgroup at christensen.cybernetics.net
  • Subject: [mg1521] Question about Plot function?
  • From: gfairley at wilder.com (Gerard Fairley)
  • Date: Sun, 25 Jun 1995 01:39:22 -0400
  • Organization: Interactive Computer Support

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In comp.soft-sys.math.mathematica ptaszyns at uci.agh.edu.pl (Boguslaw
Ptaszynski) said: 
 
 
> 
>Hi, Mathgroup! 
> 
>I have Ma v.2.2. on PC and I need to visualize a function ff[n,x] with t- 

>parameter (n- is an integer=1,2,...; x-is a real number with 16 digit  
>precision).The function ff is a sum of n terms of series.I have already  
>obtained the plot of ff for n=11,35,85,150. Now,I want to plot ff for
n=220  
>terms.So, I have written the command: 
> 
>Plot[ff[220,x] /.t->0.1, {x, 0, 1}, PlotRange->{-1, 1}] 
> 
>Can sameone tell me how to make it correctly? 
 
 
You might try Plot[Evaluate[ff[220,x] /. t->0.1], {x,0,1}, PlotRange{-1,1}]

Give it a try. 
 
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Gerard Fairley: email: gfairley at id.wilder.com 
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