1 | initial version |

In a chunk of Sage code, only the last plot gets shown. To show all of the plots, you'll need to use the `show`

command on each to get them to appear. For example,

p=plot(x^2,(x,-2,2)) show(p) plot(sin(x),(x,-pi,pi))

will show both plots.

2 | No.2 Revision |

In a chunk of Sage code, only the last plot gets shown. To show all of the plots, you'll need to use the `show`

command on each to get them to appear. For example,

```
p=plot(x^2,(x,-2,2))
show(p)
```~~plot(sin(x),(x,-pi,pi))~~plot(sin(x),(x,-pi,pi))

will show both plots.

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