The command in Maple is `plot`. The syntax is

> plot(f(x),x=a..b,y=c..d);

where is a function or an expression. You can leave out the specification of the range, but the domain must be specified. To plot several functions at a time, the syntax is

> plot({f(x),g(x),h(x),...},x=a..b,y=c..d);

Where **f**, **g**, and **h** are functions and ``...'' means you can plot
more than three functions at a time.
You can also plot expressions you have defined, or simply use
expressions as arguments to the `plot` command. For example, you
could plot the expression `p` defined earlier and the expression
on the same plot with the command

> plot(p,x^2,x=1..5);

You can also plot parametric curves of the form with the
Maple `plot` command. The example given below plots the unit
circle.

> plot([cos(t),sin(t),t=-Pi..Pi]);

Mon Aug 28 09:31:56 EDT 1995