       Re: Ambiguity of "Plot"

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• Date: Sat, 25 Aug 2012 04:25:41 -0400 (EDT)
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```>The other day, I contributed a document, but in that document I found mistakes, so I again contribute a document corrected, as follows:

Dear members;
>
>  I have been embarrassed about a function Plot.
>
> I would like to plot a curve defined as follows:
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>
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>  f(\[Alpha]_) := (\[Rho] + \[Delta] - \[Delta] \[Alpha] - Sqrt[\[Delta]\[Rho] \
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> \[Alpha] (1 - \[Alpha]) + \[Rho]^2 \[Alpha]])/((\[Rho] + \[Delta]) (1 \
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> - \[Alpha])).
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> Here, 0 < \[Alpha] < 1, which is a variable. On the other hand, \[Rho] and  \[Delta]) are constant respectively. And I set \[Rho] =0.1;  \[Delta])=0.01.
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> In this situation, I programmed in this way;
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>  Plot[f[\[Alpha]], { \[Alpha],  0 < \[Alpha] < 1}]
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>
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> The curve I obtained from Mathematica is monotonously decreasing in relation to  \[Alpha].
AS a result, f(1) =0.
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> However, based on a I'H^opital's rule,  f(1) = 1/2 is correct.
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>I can not understand the curve, because it decrease to 0, when \[Alpha] increases to 1.  I would like to obtain an accurate curve.
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>
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>    Sincerely,
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> Fujio Takata
>
> Kobe University, Japan.
>
> I use Mathematica 8.040, Macintosh version.

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