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