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cronxeh

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I'd like to resurrect the discussion of this interesting function.

Here are a few captivating pictures:

First is a graph of x^y=y^x :

http://www.imag.us/x/cronx/untitledxy.JPG [Broken]

Second one was achieved in MatLab 6.5:

http://www.imag.us/x/cronx/xyplot2.JPG [Broken]

EDU>> ezplot('x^y-y^x',[-150,-148])

I rotated the picture 90 degrees

Now this one seemed a bit odd to me.. any thoughts?

Edit:

Ok I'm freaking out here.. is my MatLab out of whack??

Plot of x^y=-y^x :

http://www.imag.us/x/cronx/wtfplot.JPG [Broken]

Here are a few captivating pictures:

First is a graph of x^y=y^x :

http://www.imag.us/x/cronx/untitledxy.JPG [Broken]

Second one was achieved in MatLab 6.5:

http://www.imag.us/x/cronx/xyplot2.JPG [Broken]

EDU>> ezplot('x^y-y^x',[-150,-148])

I rotated the picture 90 degrees

Now this one seemed a bit odd to me.. any thoughts?

Edit:

Ok I'm freaking out here.. is my MatLab out of whack??

Plot of x^y=-y^x :

http://www.imag.us/x/cronx/wtfplot.JPG [Broken]

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