plot(f, x=low..hi, y=low..hi, options)
function argument and real range (range optional)
label for the vertical axis and real range (both optional)
plot options (optional)
The horizontal and vertical range specifications define the horizontal and vertical ranges over which the function(s) are displayed.
If no range is specified, a default range is used for the horizontal range. If one range is specified, this is taken as the horizontal range, and a label for the vertical axis may be specified by simply stating the name as a parameter, but not giving it a range. If the vertical range is unspecified, a suitable range will be deduced from the values computed.
The default range is normally −2⁢π..2⁢π when f is a trigonometric function and −10..10 otherwise.
The low and hi elements of an axis range must be real constants. This includes numbers, plus or minus infinity and constants such as Pi and exp(4).
If either infinity or -infinity is included in an axis range specification then an infinity plot is computed.
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