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GIAHIEP
08/26/04 12:39pm

Hello,

I am new Maththematica user (Ver. 5). Please help me with this.

I want to draw two graphs in the same diagram: f(x,y)==0 and g(x,z)==0 using a=ImplicitPlot[f[x,y]==0,...] and b=ImplicitPlot[g[x,z]==0,...] after loading the needed package. In a diagram with only one vertical axis labeled y, I will not be able to plot the two graphs if not using ReplacAll[g[x,z],z->y]. Is there other ways?

Furthermore, I want the diagram to have two vertical axis (y on the left hand side and z on the right one) with different range units. How can I deal with this?

I will highly appriciate with many thanks any prompt response.

With my best regards,

GIAHIEP

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