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roescu
09/25/08 2:12pm

There is a function I don't know how to plot. Maybe somebody can help me.
The function to start has the form t(y)=Exp[const*Integral(f(x,y)dx)]. The integral is defined and it should be evaluated, I think, for different values of y.
The function to plot is t(y)/t(0).
What should I do to make it work? I have attached the *.nb file I was using, where all the constant and functions are defined.

Thanks in advance.





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