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Here is a py func for plotting entirely different functions in different colors on the same graph, for comparison. example: multiplot(x^4,4x^3,13+x^-2,sin(4x)) comes out nicely. You can change the defaults if the graph looks funny.

def multiplot(*funcs,leftx=-10,rightx=10,ymin=-20,ymax=20,aspect_ratio="automatic"):
"""Plot multiple math objects. Reasonable defaults - reset if the graph looks funny"""
K=Graphics()
a = plot(funcs,leftx,rightx,aspect_ratio=aspect_ratio,ymax=ymax,ymin=ymin,
legend_label=" ")
K += a
show(K)
K=plot(0)


Here is a py func for plotting entirely different functions in different colors on the same graph, for comparison. example: multiplot(x^4,4x^3,13+x^-2,sin(4x)) comes out nicely. You can change the defaults if the graph looks funny.funny. Legend colors from top to bottom differentiate the funcs plotted, from right to left.

def multiplot(*funcs,leftx=-10,rightx=10,ymin=-20,ymax=20,aspect_ratio="automatic"):
"""Plot multiple math objects. Reasonable defaults - reset if the graph looks funny"""
K=Graphics()
a = plot(funcs,leftx,rightx,aspect_ratio=aspect_ratio,ymax=ymax,ymin=ymin,
legend_label=" ")
K += a
show(K)
K=plot(0)


Here is a py func for plotting entirely different functions in different colors on the same graph, for comparison. example: multiplot(x^4,4x^3,13+x^-2,sin(4x)) comes out nicely. You can change the defaults if the graph looks funny. Legend colors from top to bottom differentiate the funcs plotted, from right to left.

def multiplot(*funcs,leftx=-10,rightx=10,ymin=-20,ymax=20,aspect_ratio="automatic"):
"""Plot multiple math objects. Reasonable defaults - reset if the graph looks funny"""
K=Graphics()
a = plot(funcs,leftx,rightx,aspect_ratio=aspect_ratio,ymax=ymax,ymin=ymin,
legend_label=" ")
K += return a
show(K)
K=plot(0)


Here is a py func for plotting entirely different functions in different colors on the same graph, for comparison. example: multiplot(x^4,4x^3,13+x^-2,sin(4x)) comes out nicely. You can change the defaults if the graph looks funny. Legend colors from top to bottom differentiate the funcs plotted, from right to left.

def multiplot(*funcs,leftx=-10,rightx=10,ymin=-20,ymax=20,aspect_ratio="automatic"):
"""Plot multiple math objects. Reasonable defaults - reset if the graph looks funny"""
K=Graphics()
a = plot(funcs,leftx,rightx,aspect_ratio=aspect_ratio,ymax=ymax,ymin=ymin,
legend_label=" ")
return a


Here is a py func for plotting entirely different functions in different colors on the same graph, for comparison. example: multiplot(x^4,4x^3,13+x^-2,sin(4x)) comes out nicely. You can change the defaults if the graph looks funny. Legend colors from top to bottom differentiate the funcs plotted, from right to left.

def multiplot(*funcs,leftx=-10,rightx=10,ymin=-20,ymax=20,aspect_ratio="automatic"):
"""Plot multiple math objects. Reasonable defaults - reset if the graph looks funny"""
K=Graphics()
a = plot(funcs,leftx,rightx,aspect_ratio=aspect_ratio,ymax=ymax,ymin=ymin,
legend_label=" ")
return a


Here is a py func for plotting entirely different functions in different colors on the same graph, for comparison. example: multiplot(x^4,4x^3,13+x^-2,sin(4x)) comes out nicely. You can change the defaults if the graph looks funny. Legend colors from top to bottom differentiate the funcs plotted, from right left to left.right.

def multiplot(*funcs,leftx=-10,rightx=10,ymin=-20,ymax=20,aspect_ratio="automatic"):
"""Plot multiple math objects. Reasonable defaults - reset if the graph looks funny"""
a = plot(funcs,leftx,rightx,aspect_ratio=aspect_ratio,ymax=ymax,ymin=ymin,
legend_label=" ")
return a


Here is a py func for plotting entirely different functions in different colors on the same graph, for comparison. example: multiplot(x^4,4x^3,13+x^-2,sin(4x)) comes out nicely. You can change the defaults if the graph looks funny. Legend colors from top to bottom differentiate the funcs plotted, from left to right.

def multiplot(*funcs,leftx=-10,rightx=10,ymin=-20,ymax=20,aspect_ratio="automatic"):
"""Plot multiple math objects. Reasonable defaults - reset if the graph looks funny"""
funny.
Legend colors from top to bottom differentiate the funcs plotted, from left to right."""
a = plot(funcs,leftx,rightx,aspect_ratio=aspect_ratio,ymax=ymax,ymin=ymin,
legend_label=" ")
return a


Here is a py func for plotting entirely different functions in different colors on the same graph, for comparison. example: multiplot(x^4,4x^3,13+x^-2,sin(4x)) multiplot(x^4,4*x^3,13+x^-2,sin(4*x)) comes out nicely. You can change the defaults if the graph looks funny. Legend colors from top to bottom differentiate the funcs plotted, from left to right.

def multiplot(*funcs,leftx=-10,rightx=10,ymin=-20,ymax=20,aspect_ratio="automatic"):
"""Plot multiple math objects. Reasonable defaults - reset if the graph looks funny.
Legend colors from top to bottom differentiate the funcs plotted, from left to right."""
a = plot(funcs,leftx,rightx,aspect_ratio=aspect_ratio,ymax=ymax,ymin=ymin,
legend_label=" ")
return a