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Re: Definitions of the functions


On Saturday, June 15, 2002, at 11:23 PM, Pawe³ Ga³ecki wrote:

> How do I define a function that is described by different formulas 
> depending
> of the interval which the argument is given in????
> For example:
>
> y=x             for  -inf<x<-5
> y=x*x          for  -5<=x<18
> y=sin x        for all the remaining values of x.
>
>
> Anybody got a clue???
>
> Thanks,
> Paweâ?¥ Gaâ?¥ecki
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There are several ways to do this; here is one of them

func[x_]:=x/;x<-5;
func[x_]:=x^2/;xâ?¥-5&&x<18;
func[x_]:= Sin[x];

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   Hugh Walker
    Gnarly Oaks



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