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yehuda ben shimol
10/12/04 5:35pm

Hi,
The simplest way for you is to use the DisplayTogether[] function. In order to use it you have to load the graphics library by
<<Graphics`Graphics`
assuming you did that and assuming you need to plot, say a function f1[x] for 0<x<10 and a function f2[x] for -10<x<0 both together
DisplayTogether[Plot[f1[x],{x,0,10}],Plot[f2[x],{x,-10,0}]].
Ofcourse I can think of (at least) three more ways to do that, but I expect that this will be the easiest way.
good luck
yehuda

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Re: Plot 2 functions, different xmin, xmax yehuda ben s... 10/12/04 5:35pm
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