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Gray
11/21/11 8:43pm

I am aware you can graph multiple functions in these graphs. What I want to do is in a rectangle graph one function over a circle inside the rectangle, and the other function over the rest of the area.

For example, in a rectangle with x min=-2, x max=2, y min=-3, y max=3, I want to graph one function over an area in the graph where x^2 + y^2 <=1 and the other function over the rest of the area.

This may be a stupid question, but is there anyway I can do that?

Thanks,
Gray

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