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Issue passing a list to last argument of ImplicitRegion (Scope issue?) [duplicate]

This is a very strange issue I'm having trying to pass a list as an argument to Mathematica's "ImplicitRegion" function. Here's the issue: ...
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Plotting list of functions while some of them are undefined [duplicate]

I'm struggling with the following code ...
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The use of Evaluate in NDSolve and Plotting the answer [duplicate]

I am having a bit of hard time understanding the use of Evaluate when plotting the output of NDSolve. From the documentation, I enter: ...
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Plotting list-valued interpolating function [duplicate]

I have an interpolation function which returns a list, e.g.: f=Interpolation[{{1,{1,2,3}},{2,{4,5,6}}}]; When I try to plot it, I get single-colored curves. <...
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Evaluating and Plotting Multiple Zero-Counting Functions

In work that I am doing, I am trying to plot multiple zero-counting functions, depending on how a parameter works. For example, if the zeros of one function are {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7}, the zeros of ...
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Invisible plots

Im trying to plot the following. ...
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No legends in parametric plot

plotting some descibing functions, I wondered why I don't get any legends in my plot. The describing functions (and options): ...
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plotting several curves with the same function

Instead of using Show[Plot[f[x]/.{L->1},{x,0,1}],Plot[f[x]/.{L->2},{x,0,1}], Plot[f[x]/.{L->3},{x,0,1}]], I was wondering if there is a much simpler way by ...
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List inside `DiscretePlot` make functions of the same color [closed]

I know that the behavior of plotting different functions in the same color when we are using a Table can be fixed using Evaluate....
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Plot Legends when first argument was generated by Table[]

I can get a plot to generate legends for different functions when these functions are put into a hand-coded list. However, when I generate the list of functions using Table[] only one legend is ...
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Plot multiple solutions [duplicate]

I want to plot multiple solutions of an equation, so that one can differ them in the plot. The given equation is e.g. ...
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How do I define a function that, when given a list of parameters, plots a family of functions?

So far I've got this: draw[a_, b_] := Plot[{f[a, b[[1]], x], f[a, b[[2]], x]}, {x, 0, 5}] The function draw will be used like ...
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How to plot graph of 2 list plots? [duplicate]

I have two Listsoflist containing x and y coordinates. Now, I want to plot the two profiles, show their intersection and find the area of each intersecting region. I have used interpolating function ...
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Plot a table of functions with different color [duplicate]

I have a function with two independent variables: SNR[t_, f_] := 20 Log10[1/(2 Pi f t)] And I have a list for "t" ...
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Plot Function is not Coloring different plots correctly [closed]

I am trying to plot three fits simultaneously: Plot[Table[#[x, t], {t, {1, 3, 5}}], {x, -10, 10}] & /@ ϕContfit Where ϕContfit is a list of fits, each of two ...

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