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Anyone know how to graph a piecewise in wolframalpha?

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|dw:1339349381367:dw| I know how to graph a piecewise, just wondering if it can be done in wolframalpha
google :) http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=plot+Piecewise[{{x%2F25%2C0%3C%3Dx%3C5}%2C{2%2F5-x%2F25%2C5%3C%3Dx%3C%3D10}%2C{0%2Cx%3E10}%2C{0%2Cx%3C0}}]
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http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=plot+Piecewise[{{x^2+-5%2Cx%3C%3D3}%2C{x%2B2%2Cx%3E3}}]
you have to erase some peaces of x2 for x>3 and draw x+2 instead of that .
a better view http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=plot+Piecewise[{{x^2+-5%2Cx%3C%3D3}%2C{x%2B2%2Cx%3E3}}]+from+-10+to+10
I tried to just go to your link but I am not seeing the graph at all
I guess you have to make your question is wolfram.
Try this, @precal: http://j.mp/LrfxRG
@Study23 that is perfect, thanks
You're welcome.
the link is broken ... copy and paste whole link
thanks experimentX
Refer to the attached Mathematica plot. This is the first use of the Piecewise function for me.
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The above plot generated with the following Mathematica statement:\[\text{Plot}\left[\text{Piecewise}\left[\left\{\left\{x^2-5,x\leq 3\right\},\{x+2,x>3\}\right\}\right],\{x,-4,10\}\right] \]
For your information, Mathematica can take the derivative of a piecewise function.
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