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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I'm very new to Mathematica/programming and I want to do a theoretical calculation using Mathematica,

suppose I have,

##Y=CX,~~~C=constant##

Now, I want to plot Y vs. X but X should run at every point since every point is a solution for Y, how should I do this? Before, I was thinking maybe I could just give the domain (i.e. from 0 to 100 with interval 1) and then just let Mathematica do it, but I was wrong since Mathematica should calculate the value of Y for a certain X for one round then input another point then run again, etc.

Background:

* I'm really a beginner, I can just do the basic stuff in Mathematica (arithmetic, calculus, etc)

* Hands on start to mathematica (Wolfram website)

* Mathematica: A Problem Centered Approach by Roozbeh Hazrat (https://www.amazon.com/dp/1849962502/?tag=pfamazon01-20&tag=pfamazon01-20)

I will appreciate any advice on how to continue in this situation.

suppose I have,

##Y=CX,~~~C=constant##

Now, I want to plot Y vs. X but X should run at every point since every point is a solution for Y, how should I do this? Before, I was thinking maybe I could just give the domain (i.e. from 0 to 100 with interval 1) and then just let Mathematica do it, but I was wrong since Mathematica should calculate the value of Y for a certain X for one round then input another point then run again, etc.

Background:

* I'm really a beginner, I can just do the basic stuff in Mathematica (arithmetic, calculus, etc)

* Hands on start to mathematica (Wolfram website)

* Mathematica: A Problem Centered Approach by Roozbeh Hazrat (https://www.amazon.com/dp/1849962502/?tag=pfamazon01-20&tag=pfamazon01-20)

I will appreciate any advice on how to continue in this situation.

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