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Xavier
09/29/08 07:41am

Hey,

If you want to plot this:
r(t) = ln t + e^-t + t^3
you have a lot of possibilities.

First, you can for example define your function so as to re-use it after your plot for instance and then plot it:
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r[t_] := Log[t, 10] + Exp[-t] + t^3
Plot[r[t], {t,0,1}]
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Note that Ln is not [used], and [also] that you must use square brackets and not round brackets in Mathematica.

The second possibility is the plot straight:
Plot[ Log[t, 10] + Exp[-t] + t^3, {t,0,1}]

Does it answer your question?
Cheers,

Xavier

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