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Tim Cooper
10/11/02 2:05pm

Plotting a family of solutions of a diffeq leads to ugly asymptotes. Is there a way to remove them from the graph.

Here is the code so far:

eq=P'[t]==k P[t](1-P[t]/c)

sol=DSolve[{eq /. {k -> 4/10, c -> 230}, P[0]==P0}, P[t],t]

Plot[Evaluate[P[t]/.Table[sol,{P0, -300, 300, 25}]],{t,0,20}, Plotrange -> {-300,300}];

Thank you...

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Graphing without asymptotes? Tim Cooper 10/11/02 2:05pm
Re: Graphing without asymptotes? S.L. Hollis 10/21/02 1:49pm
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