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## Graphics

### 2-D Graphics

Plot[Sin[x2],{x,0,2Pi}] A simple plot.
Plot[Tan[x], {x, -2Pi, 2Pi}] If the plot has singularities,
Mathematica will try to choose a suitable scale....
Plot[
Tan[x],
{x, -2Pi, 2Pi},
PlotRange -> {-10,10}]
...or you can set it manually.
Plot[
{Sin[x],Sin[2x],Sin[3x]},
{x, 0, 2Pi}]
You can plot multiple functions by
including them in curly brackets.
Show[GraphicsArray[
{Plot[Sin[x],{x,0,Pi}],
Plot[Sin[2x],{x,0,2Pi}]
}]]
Plot two plots, side-by-side.
ParametricPlot[
{Cos[7t], Sin[11t]},
{t, 0, 2Pi}]
Parametric plot.

### 3-D Graphics

Plot3D[
Sin[x y],
{x,0, 3},
{y, 0, 3}]
A basic surface plot.
Plot3D[
Sin[x y],
{x, 0, 3},
{y, 0, 3},
PlotPoints -> 40]
You can get a finer plot if you
increase the number of sample points.
Plot3D[ Sin[x y],
{x, 0, 3},
{y, 0, 3},
ViewPoint -> {1, 1, 0},
PlotPoints -> 40,
Boxed -> False,
Axes -> False]
A variety of options.
Most important is the ViewPoint option,
which tells where to put the "camera".