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Weird behavior to plot a set of functions [duplicate]

I have this code, totally functional ...
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Plot draws list of curves in same color when not using Evaluate

This example comes from the Mathematica documentation for Plot under Basic Examples. Can someone please explain why these are each plotted as a different color in ...
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Plotting an epicycloid

I am fairly new to Mathematica, and I cannot figure out how to plot an epicycloid. I have plotted some neat looking things in my attempts, but I still can't make one. I am not looking to make an ...
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Defining a function using Series? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: General::ivar is not a valid variable when plotting - what actually causes this and how to avoid it? I need to define a function using the output of series, i.e. ...
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Plotting a Maclaurin series

Can anyone plot the degree-8 Maclaurin polynomial for the function $(x+1)/((x^2)-9)$ and function $(x+1)/((x^2)-9)$ on the same plot. Please help, I've tried everything I could think of.
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How can I plot a function that is the sum of another function?

I plotted m[t], but actually what I want to plot is g[t], which is a summation of m[t] from ...
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Problem with high parameter values in ParametricPlot

I tried to plot the following function as a Parametric Plot. When I include values for w up to 1 the plot looks fine, but I need this plot for values up to 100 or 1000. ...
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Regarding Evaluated True

Done a bit of reading: Normal[Series[ ]] does not give a normal expression Regarding the Evaluated->True, consider: ...
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why the variable scope is not local when using evaluate to plot multicurve?

I noticed a surprising problem when using evaluate to plot multicurve, "evaluate" function actually consider global variable first, not the local! I can illustrate the problem using the following ...
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Plot command uses same colors when applying pattern on list [duplicate]

When I do Plot[{fun1,fun2} ./ val1->1,{t,0,10}] then both plots are in the same color! If I use instead ...