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Re: plotting two functions on the one graph


Dear Frank,
Since you are using Plot you can combine multiple plots on a single Plot 
command. The GraphicsArray displays an array of different plots. So,
Plot[{Sin[x], x-x^3/6},{x,0,Pi}] will do it for you.
since the curves are close for 0<x<Pi/4 you probably need to plot it 
with different colors or other PlotStyle definitions
Plot[{Sin[x], x - x^3/6}, {x, 0, Pi}, PlotStyle -> {{}, Hue[0]}]. This 
will plot the curve of the polynomial with red color
yehuda

Frank Murphy wrote:

>siafra at vaxsa.csied.unisa.it wrote:
>: I'm a student in physics at the University of Salerno, Italy and I'm
>using 
>: Mathematica 3.0 under Win95. My question is :
>: how can I plot two functions f(x), g(x) with the same x range on two
>different 
>: y-axes, say the one for f(x) at left and the one for g(x) at right ?
>: Thanks.
>
>
>
>
>My colleague and I have tried your suggested i.e. proposed answer on
>the follwing website
>http://mathforum.org/epigone/comp.soft-sys.math.mathematica/rybimglah/5rmns6$piu at smc.vnet.net
>but when its plotted in mathematica it places one plot next to the
>other. However we
>would like one plot superimposed on the other in the same graph with
>two different y-axes.
>Can you please send us the commands in mathematica to complete this
>task.
>
>  
>


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