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Soory for this simple question... suppose I want to plot a graph of some equation without specifying numerical values of arguments and parameters e.g(ax^2+bx+c+=0) where I want just to play with a b c to have different signs... to have different plots..Is it possible to draw plot for all possible values of a b c only specifying sign and whether a,c,b are more or less then each other (a>b ,b<c...etc )

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