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Kelly
02/05/01 1:05pm

I am trying to plot x = d + n y^2 where d and n are constants and y is the ranging variable. Therefore, the y-axis is the independent axis and the x-axis is the dependent axis. (You chose a value for y and plot the calculated value for x.)

I am using the following...

Plot[d + n y^2, {y, 0, ycurve}]

where d, n, and ycurve are constants.

With this setup, I get results that plot the y on the x-axis... the x-axis is the independent axis and ranges from 0 to ycurve. I wish to have the opposite case where the y-axis ranges from 0 to ycurve.

Does anyone know the command for this?

Thank you.

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Re: plotting Casey Mann 02/05/01 2:20pm
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