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How do i make the plots show all of the axes?


Many times, as i try to plot functions, i need to explicitly
tell Mathematica to put the AxisOrigin to origo, where
they belong. That is easily done BUT:
1) Sometimes the axes won't meat. They seem to be a little
to short. How do i stop it?
2) Is there a way of setting a standard parameters so that
e.g. AxisOrigin always is at {0,0}, or the color of plots is
{red, blue, yellow}. without me having to request it every
single times?

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