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Plot one set of “x” with at least three sets of “y” in different scale

I'm sorry if the question is too obvious, but I haven't been able to find a straight answer for Mathematica. I have 1 set of "x" with at least 3 sets of "y" in different scales. I need to plot them ...
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Combine absolute and relative (scaled) coordinates

I am using Inset to add an Epilog to a plot. The position of the images (in my case: framed numbers) can be specified as an ...
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How to set the ratio between the vertical and horizontal scales of plots?

The documentation says that when AspectRatio->Automatic is specified, Mathematica determines the ratio of height to width from the actual coordinate values ...
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Scaling edge thicknesses

UPDATE There may be some confusion as to the specification of the problem. kguler's answer doesn't really answer the question. I'll try to elaborate a bit at the bottom of the post. One problem ...
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Keeping Font Relative Size to Object/Graphics/Plot Object upon Resize

I want to keep the text generated within a graph/plot to remain the same relative to an element (a disk of size 0.2) of the image upon resize, not the image itself, while maintaining the original ...
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How do I change axes scale?

I am plotting f[x_] := 2*x + 1 Plot[f[x], {x, -10, 10}] BUT I want to scale my axes differently. By default it is 1:2 , meaning 1 unit on $y$ axis is equal to 2 ...