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11/27/08 12:05pm

Hi guys, I'm here again looking (or I should say begging^^) for your help!

I solved a system of DE numerically, by the code

sol = NDSolve[{x[t],y[t], (initial conditions)}, {t,0,100}]

Then I used ParametricPlot to plot x[t] and y[t] for t that goes from 0 to 100, and it all worked (obviously, I indicated the initial conditions of the problem in the real notebook).

Now I need to show, IN THE SAME PLOT, the trajectory x[t],y[t] fot t varying in intervals included in 0-100 (for example, for t that goes from 0 to 1, then from 10 to 11, from 20 to 21 and so on) there any way to do such a thing?

Thanks a lot for your answers (and sorry for the bad English^^)!

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