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Geri
07/06/05 10:13am

Hi there,
I was wondering if there is a way in Mathematica to plot several functions who ARE DEFINED on different domains. I know how to plot several functions but my problem is that the domain is always the same.

For example how can I plot the function f(x)=x on [0,1] and the function g(x)=1 on [0,0.5] simultaneously?

Thanks in advance:)

Geri

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