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Santos

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Registered: 2/22/10
move a graph
Posted: Feb 22, 2010 1:35 PM
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Hello,
I need to move a graph one point to the left, but I need to do this without to manipulate the layout of de figure.

I'll explain a bit, I made a small program as an exercise, in which I use a difference equation like X(k+1)=(X(k)+2)/X(k), and a boundary condition X(0)=2.
Now I need to present a plot of X(k) as a function of k.
But the main problem is that I can't use the boundary condition properly, because de index k needs to start with 0.
So does anyone knows how to move the hole graph 1 step to the left?



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