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How do I plot more than one curve on the same graph? Reply to this Post
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How would I put y=10e^(-.179x),y=e^(-.179(x-6)),y=e^(-.179(x-12)),
y=e6(-.179(x-18)) on the same graph display?
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How would I put y=10e^(-.179x),y=e^(-.179(x-6)),y=e^(-.179(x-12)),
y=e6(-.179(x-18)) on the same graph display?


A+ Members can graph up to five non polynomial equations, like the ones you entered, using the Multiple Function/Equation Plotting Advanced Calculator. Below is the result:


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