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More specifically, what I'm trying to do is plot the y-t graph of a ball bouncing on the ground, and I'm thinking of doing so by combining the equations of motion for every discrete stage of the bouncing.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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More specifically, what I'm trying to do is plot the y-t graph of a ball bouncing on the ground, and I'm thinking of doing so by combining the equations of motion for every discrete stage of the bouncing.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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g2 = Plot[x^3, {x, 1, 2}];

Show[g1, g2]

If it isn't clear whether it is working then substitute x^3-1 for a moment

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Thanks a huge ton. It was clear as hell, didn't think of that.

g2 = Plot[x^3, {x, 1, 2}];

Show[g1, g2]

If it isn't clear whether it is working then substitute x^3-1 for a moment

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