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Joe W
05/12/12 10:29pm

I've been googling for the past 4 hours but can't figure it out.

How do I plot equations that are defined in terms of other equations which are defined in terms of the variable I want to vary?

For example, I want to plot Power as a function of Length(L), but I have 20 equations and power is defined(P==IV) in terms of other functions.

I solved these equations and stored them with emdomain=solve[ equations={....blah blah}]

I tried Plot[Evaluate[ P/.emdomain], {L, .01, .05}]
It generates an empty plot? Please help!

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Author Date Posted
Plotting equations of equations Joe W 05/12/12 10:29pm
Re: Plotting equations of equations Bill Simpson 05/14/12 08:46am
Re: Re: Plotting equations of equations Joe W 05/14/12 5:15pm
Re: Re: Re: Plotting equations of equations Peter Pein 05/15/12 3:36pm
Re: Plotting equations of equations Peter Pein 05/15/12 04:23am
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