what's the best way to represent multiple 2D Cartesian-style graphs drawn in the same Caryesian plane and having zero or more possibly intersecting parts of intersection length 0 to open or closed k or infinity. How to do this (a): using one color, (b): using shades of gray, including or excluding white and or black, (c):using a disjoint set of perceptually distinct colors, (d) using any combination of (perceptually distinct or related) colors.


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  • This doesn't answer the question. Overlapping graph segments? What's the best way to represent these graphically. Your typical homework assignments have a few curves overlapping at most at single points on the plane, not at entire line segments as I described it. – Jaksman Jaksminsnoid Dec 20 '15 at 5:46

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