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Fisiks
05/02/12 05:07am

Hello,

I have been looking for a way to map a complex function, I think that the simplest way is to define many simple functions over small ranges to 'draw' the function. I cannot find a way to get it into Mathematica, as I'd like to be able to plot and integrate the function (amongst other things).

For example, how would I add the following general example into Mathematica, all as one function:

Between x=0 & x=10, y=10x
Between x=10 & x=15, y=100
Between x=15 & x=20, y=6.66x

etc.

Thankyou in advance,

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Defining functions for specific ranges. Fisiks 05/02/12 05:07am
Re: Defining functions for specific ranges. Bill Simpson 05/03/12 8:25pm
Re: Defining functions for specific ranges. toen 05/04/12 10:10am
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