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Will
12/27/11 7:00pm

I wanted to plot Sin[x] + Sin[x + Pi] to cancel them out. At the moment I'm new to Mathematica and am learning the ropes, and learning how to manipulate sine and cosine functions with Mathematica is one of the things I wanted to improve at. Here is how I attempted this:

Plot[Sin[x] + Sin[x + Pi], {x, 0, 2Pi}]

This yielded the unusual - and wrong - plot attached. Where have I gone wrong?

Thanks

Will

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Plotting Sin[x] + Sin[x + Pi] gives an unusual ... Will 12/27/11 7:00pm
Re: Plotting Sin[x] + Sin[x + Pi] gives an unus... Peter Pein 12/30/11 07:50am
Re: Plotting Sin[x] + Sin[x + Pi] gives an unus... Patrick 12/30/11 3:38pm
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