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Re: graphing inequalities


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<< Graphics`FilledPlot`

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?FilledPlot

FilledPlot[function,{var,varmin,varmax}] generates a plot
   with the area between the curve and the var axis
   filled. FilledPlot[{f1,f2,...},range] generates a plot
   with the areas between curve f1 and f2, f2 and f3, etc.
   filled. The shade of the fill and other specifications
   can be given by the Fills option.

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FilledPlot[x - 6, {x, 0, 6}]

Daniel Rubin wrote in message <79m6h2$3ae at smc.vnet.net>...
>How do I plat an inequality, such as y - x > 6 in Mathematica?  I'd like
>to end up with a dashed line and the region above the line shaded.
>Thanks,
>Daniel
>
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>(please remove "NOSPAM" from my email address to reply to me directly.)
>



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