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You shouldn't even need the `axes=True`

part, I think. If you look at

```
sage: plot?
```

you'll see that `+`

is the standard way to add plots.

It sounds like you might want to plot things in a certain order of objects on top of each other; here, the `zorder`

option should often work (though there might be some graphics primitives where it doesn't). Like so:

```
sage: P = plot(sin,0,pi,zorder=50)
sage: Q = plot(cos,0,pi,color='red',zorder=51)
sage: P+Q
```

Here, red is on top (like in a plot with no zorder)

```
sage: Q = plot(cos,0,pi,color='red',zorder=40)
sage: P+Q
```

Here, blue is on top.

Note that the behavior without zorder set is sometimes a little enigmatic - I don't know whether `P+Q`

and `Q+P`

always plot the second one on top if you don't use `zorder`

above, since for certain objects that doesn't seem to happen; for these plot types, apparently that does happen, though.

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