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Re: Tabular output

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  • Subject: [mg24660] Re: [mg24631] Tabular output
  • From: Andrzej Kozlowski <andrzej at>
  • Date: Mon, 31 Jul 2000 09:23:28 -0400 (EDT)
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ParametricPlot[{p[x],c[x]},{x, a,b}]

where  a and b are suitable limits for x will do what you are asking for.
(It's better not to use capital C-- it's already got an assigned meaning).

As for the second part:

Table[{x, p[x], c[x]}, {x, a, b, d}] // TableForm

(where d is the step size).

Andrzej Kozlowski
Toyama International University, JAPAN

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on 7/28/00 11:24 PM, Douglas Fisk at dooglefish at aol.communicate wrote:

> Hello:
> I created two functions, P[x] and C[x], for the maximum allowable stresses in
> a
> beam-column from axial load and bending moment. The variable x is the distance
> from one edge of the cross section to the neutral axis in bending.
> The functions evaluate correctly and plot correctly, i.e. I can get a plot of
> P[x] versus x and C[x] versus x.
> Question 1) I would like to plot P[x] versus C[x]. Does anybody have any
> hints?
> Question 2) How can I create a table of values such as (see below)  ?
> x           P[x]           C[x]
> Any help would be appreciated.
> -Doug
> Doogle "No mail accepted at this screenname, sorry" Fish

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