16 reputation
2
bio website
location
age
visits member for 1 year, 10 months
seen Dec 21 '12 at 3:39

Dec
20
comment Plotting a curve from the intersection points of a family of two curves
Thanks a ton Mr Wizard and Daniel and all others who helped out. I think the black dotted curve is what i was looking for. this Surely helps. And i sincerely apologize if my questions were confusing but my understanding of mathematica is very basic and so i probably couldn't clarify enough.
Dec
19
comment Plotting a curve from the intersection points of a family of two curves
Thanks a lot Mr Wizard. I'll take a look. I cam work with this right now.
Dec
19
comment Plotting a curve from the intersection points of a family of two curves
Well thanks any way for trying. you can close this thread for the time being if you wish to.
Dec
19
comment Plotting a curve from the intersection points of a family of two curves
Oh Well... I can't change your mind, i tried my best in reply to Michael's post what actually i'm looking for. thanks anyway.
Dec
19
comment Plotting a curve from the intersection points of a family of two curves
Thanks for that. I got the same plot too, but i want to know how to draw a curve that passes through each of those intersecting points.
Dec
19
comment Plotting a curve from the intersection points of a family of two curves
Actually, for this particualar system of state equations, each line from the first plot uniquely intersects with one and only one line in the second plot. So, by superimposing them, i wanted to draw curve through those unique intersecting points. Any help would be appreaciated. I was superimposing them through this command Show[{plt0, plt1}]
Dec
19
awarded  Editor
Dec
19
revised Plotting a curve from the intersection points of a family of two curves
added 26 characters in body
Dec
19
awarded  Student
Dec
19
asked Plotting a curve from the intersection points of a family of two curves