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2020-01-07 22:07:27 +0200 | asked a question | plot behavior is odd I am plotting the function f(x)= (x-x^2)^(2/3). The result is shown only in the interval (0,1). Although, we can compute the result for all real numbers by hand! My questions are: Why this is happening?! and How can I plot its correct plot? Thank you in advance! |

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2020-01-07 21:58:20 +0200 | commented answer | inset() and multi_graphics() are not defined @eric_g Thanks |

2020-01-07 19:35:10 +0200 | commented answer | inset() and multi_graphics() are not defined Yes, you are right. Thanks. Can you guide me how I can change sage worksheet kernel ( |

2020-01-07 16:16:37 +0200 | asked a question | inset() and multi_graphics() are not defined Hi I am trying to plot two graphics beside each other, in a way that one of them which is smaller is on the upper left side of the other. I tried to run examples of both inset and multi_graphics on sagemath website. But I receive the error of "AttributeError: 'GraphicsArray' object has no attribute 'inset'" for inset, and the error of "NameError: name 'multi_graphics' is not defined" for multi_graphics. I put my codes below: ## Inset: The error: multi_graphics: The error: I'm working on CoCalc (SageMathCloud) on its unpaid trial server. |

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