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accepted What properties make this equation difficult to symbolically solve?
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asked What properties make this equation difficult to symbolically solve?
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accepted How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot?
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revised How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot?
Typo correction.
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comment How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot?
meant to be x, will fix.
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comment How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot?
ParametricPlot gives the error I mentioned above, RotationTransform as used above gives an empty graph, and I am trying ReflectionTransform.
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comment How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot?
@m_goldberg,As requested, I've added a definition for F.
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revised How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot?
Modifying example ranges to be specific to example.
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comment How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot?
That is, for certain values of T in my plot window, I get errors like "Infinite Expression 1/Sqrt[0.] encountered."
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comment How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot?
@whuber, this does not quite work because F is not defined over all the real numbers, and I cannot compute the exact boundary of the domain of F.
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comment How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot?
That is a nice suggestion. I guess I could use X = T, Y = F[T], and that should do it. I didn't think of doing that before although I was aware of ParametricPlot.
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asked How can I transpose x and y axis on a Plot?