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Dear Tony,

Try the following :

Plot[1 + \[ExponentialE]^x, {x, -3, 3}]
You could try using e from the palettes that are available. Check
File...Palettes...

Plot[Cos[Pi x], {x, -2Pi, 2Pi}, Ticks -> {{-2Pi, Pi, 0, Pi, 2Pi},
Automatic}]

 Plot[Abs[x - 1], {x, -5, 5}]


Have Fun,

Anesh Sooklal
Research Assistant
University of Durban-Westville
Dept. of Physics
South Africa



Tony wrote:

> I have a trial version of this software.
>
> Can anyone tell me how I plot a graph such as
>
> 1 + e to power of x
>
> I am damned if I can find out how to do this
>
> Please Please someone help
>
> Another 2 I am having difficulty with is plotting
>
> cos(pi x)  Pi having its symbolic sign
>
> and
>
> |x-1|
>
> Im probably just a numpty right enough
>
> Please email to tony at magic101.co.uk
>
> Thanx
>
> Tony



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