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I want to plot some functions, let's say $24.30 x^{1.98} (1-x)^{2.06}$ and $9.1x^{3.1} (1-x)^{3.8}$ with the plot range for x to be from 10^-3 to 1. But, the graph generated doesn't show the ticks 10^-2, 10^-3 on x-axis.

Plot[
    {24.30 x^1.98 (1-x)^2.06,9.1x^3.1 (1-x)^3.8},
    {x, 10^-3, 1}
]

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To be precise, I wanted a graph something like this given below

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marked as duplicate by Mr.Wizard plotting Oct 30 '18 at 16:45

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    $\begingroup$ Please give copyable versions of your code. Did you try using LogLinearPlot instead of Plot? $\endgroup$ – Carl Woll Oct 30 '18 at 15:40
  • $\begingroup$ Thank you for commenting. I have just tried with LogLinearPlot[{24.30 x^1.98 (1 - x)^2.06, 9.1 x^1.31 (1 - x)^3.80}, {x, 10^-3, 1}], the graph is ok but I wanted to display the ticks 10^-2 and 10^-3 which are not coming in the graph. $\endgroup$ – Jack Oct 30 '18 at 15:48
  • $\begingroup$ Welcome to Mma.SE. Start by taking the tour now and learning about asking and what's on-topic. Always edit if improvable, show due diligence, give brief context, include minimal working example of code and data in formatted form. By doing all this you help us to help you and likely you will inspire great answers. To add extra information to your question please edit the question, and leave the comments section only for coments. $\endgroup$ – rhermans Oct 30 '18 at 15:54
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Use LogLinearPlot to get log scaling on the x-axis:

LogLinearPlot[
    {24.30 x^1.98 (1-x)^2.06,9.1x^3.1 (1-x)^3.8},
    {x, 10^-3, 1},
    PlotRange->All
]

enter image description here

If you only want power of 10 ticks, you could give an explicit Ticks option:

LogLinearPlot[
    {24.30 x^1.98 (1-x)^2.06,9.1x^3.1 (1-x)^3.8},
    {x, 10^-3, 1},
    PlotRange->All,
    Ticks->{Table[{10^n, Superscript[10,n]}, {n, -3, 0}],Automatic}
]

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  • $\begingroup$ Thank you so much. You made my day. Since I am new to Mathematica it helps a lot. $\endgroup$ – Jack Oct 30 '18 at 15:55

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