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Jason Lee
03/25/13 02:09am

I suggest you may have a try with the command “ParametricPlot”. In your question, a and b consist of a parametric equation, so if you want to plot the function “a=f(b)”, you can use “ParametricPlot”. For example, here is a parametric equation: a=cos x , b=sin x, and let us assume that I do not know how to get a=±(1-b^2)^0.5, using “Plot” to plot “a=±(1-b^2)^0.5” will get the same result by using “ParametricPlot” to plot “a=cos x , b=sin x”.
Good luck!

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Plot Problem (Interpolation?) Humperdink M... 03/19/13 11:11pm
Re: Plot Problem (Interpolation?) Bill Simpson 03/20/13 1:00pm
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Re: Plot Problem (Interpolation?) Jason Lee 03/25/13 02:09am
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