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I want to display these two equations in one graph. Both are having different values but by using Show command only single line comes in graph.
My Code is:

Show[ListLinePlot[
  Table[(1/x)^3/(Sqrt[π]) N[
     MeijerG[{{-5/2, -2}, {}}, {{2, -2}, {-3}}, 1/x]], {x, 10}]], 
 ListLinePlot[
  Table[172 (1/y)^(9/2)/(5760000000 Sqrt[π]) N[
     MeijerG[{{-5/2, -2}, {}}, {{2, -2}, {-3}}, 1/y]], {y, 10}]], 
 PlotRange -> All]
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  • $\begingroup$ First of all, Sqrt[[Pi]] (occurs twice) means to take Pi-th part of Sqrt, which is nonsense. Perhaps you mean Sqrt[Pi]? $\endgroup$ – JungHwan Min Jul 21 '16 at 21:39
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    $\begingroup$ Both graphs are there. It is just that your second graph has very small values that it appears horizontal. Try adding PlotStyle -> {Thick, Red} option in your second ListLinePlot, and you'll see what is happening. $\endgroup$ – JungHwan Min Jul 21 '16 at 21:42
  • $\begingroup$ You can add the option AxesOrigin -> {0, -0.2} to the first ListLinePlot or Frame -> True to Show to increase the visibility of the second plot. $\endgroup$ – Karsten 7. Jul 21 '16 at 22:02
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Example

Show[{
  ListLinePlot[Table[(1/x)^3/(Sqrt[\[Pi]]) N[MeijerG[{{-5/2, -2}, {}}, {{2, -2}, {-3}}, 1/x]], {x, 10}]], 
  ListLinePlot[Table[172 (1/y)^(9/2)/(5760000000 Sqrt[\[Pi]]) N[MeijerG[{{-5/2, -2}, {}}, {{2, -2}, {-3}}, 1/y]], {y, 10}]]
  },
 Frame -> True
]

Output

output

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