# How to plot multiple functions with conditions that assign values of some of them to be greater than the others?

i am trying to plot multiple functions in mathematica but i would like to do this in such a way that the values of two of my functions are always greater than the other two.

my functions are:

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f1[a_, b_, k_, t_,
d_] := -((16 k^2 *t (3 a + (8 k^2* a)/(-4 k^2 + 6 b *t))^2)/(
81 b^2 (-((4 k^2)/(9 b)) + 2 t)^2)) + (a + (
4 k^2 (3 a + (8 k^2 *a)/(-4 k^2 + 6 b* t)))/(
9 b (-((4 k^2)/(9 b)) + 2 t)))^2/b

f2[a_, b_, k_, t_,
d_] := ((2 a + d) + 2 k*((6 k* a + 3 k *d)/(-4 k + 18 b *t)))/(
3 b)*((2 a + d) + k*((6 k* a + 3 k *d)/(-4 k + 18 b *t)))/
3  - (t*((6 k* a + 3 k *d)/(-4 k + 18 b *t))^2)

f3[a_, b_, k_, t_,
d_] := ((a + 2 d) (a + 2 d + (
2 k (6 k* a + 3 k *d))/(-4 k + 18 b *t)))/(9 b)

f4[a_, b_, k_, t_, d_] := d^2


I have entered the following numerical values because I only want a 2D plot showing the results in accordance to the remaining variable which is k.:

a = 450
d = 290
b = 5
t = 5


I want f1 to be greater that f3 for all values of k and f4 to be greater that f2. I have tried the following code as well as several other formats but I keep getting the same graph

:

Plot[{f1[a, b, k, t, d], f2[a, b, k, t, d], f3[a, b, k, t, d],
f4[a, b, k, t, d]}, {k, 0, 10},
AxesLabel -> {Style["k", 17, Black], Style["Profit", 15, Black]},
PlotLegends -> Placed[{"f1", "f2", "f3", "f4"}, {1, 0.5}],
RegionFunction -> (#2 >= 0 && f1 > f3 && f4 > f2 &)]


when I do not add the conditions f1>f3 and f4>f2, I get the above graph. When added, I gives me the same graph. I also need parts of the graph that satisfies the aforementioned conditions to be plotted in bold line style, and the remaining part to be shown in dashed line. This is while I cannot even get the desired parts printed. What should I do? Thanks in advance

• Or just use ConditionalExpression, e.g., f1cond[a_, b_, k_, t_, d_] = ConditionalExpression[f1[a, b, k, t, d], f1[a, b, k, t, d] > f3[a, b, k, t, d]] // FullSimplify; Commented Nov 19, 2022 at 15:12

• The RegionFunction is
RegionFunction->Function[{k}, f1[a, b, k, t, d] > f3[a, b, k, t, d] && f4[a, b, k, t, d] > f2[a, b, k, t, d]]]

• But maybe you want to draw
plot13 =
Plot[{f1[a, b, k, t, d]}, {k, 0, 10},
MeshFunctions -> Function[{k, y}, y - f3[a, b, k, t, d]],
Mesh -> {{0}}, MeshStyle -> Transparent,
PlotLegends -> LineLegend[{Red}, {"f1"}]];
plot31 =
Plot[{f3[a, b, k, t, d]}, {k, 0, 10},
MeshFunctions -> Function[{k, y}, y - f1[a, b, k, t, d]],
Mesh -> {{0}}, MeshStyle -> Transparent,
PlotLegends -> LineLegend[{Blue}, {"f3"}]];
plot42 =
Plot[{f4[a, b, k, t, d]}, {k, 0, 10},
MeshFunctions -> Function[{k, y}, y - f2[a, b, k, t, d]],
Mesh -> {{0}}, MeshStyle -> Transparent,