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% Title:			 Exponentialfunktionen
% Author:      Tobias Krähling
% Needs:       pstricks,pst-math,pst-infixplot,pstricks-add
% DesignScale: unit=10mm
% Size:			   8.0 x 5.7
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\begin{pspicture}(-5.3,-0.6)(2.7,5.1)
	\psaxes[subticks=4,mathLabel=false]{->}(0,0)(-5.2,-0.5)(2.4,4.7)
	\psplot[linecolor=sblinemed,plotpoints=1000]{-5.1}{1.47}{x EXP}
	\psPlot[linecolor=sblinehighlight,plotpoints=1000]{-5.1}{2}{2^x}
	\psPlot[linecolor=SBGreenI,plotpoints=1000]{-5.1}{.66}{10^x}
	\rput[ l](0.7,4.0){$10^x$}
	\rput[ l](1.5,4.0){$e^x$}
	\rput[ l](1.8,3.2){$2^x$}
	\uput[ 0](2.3,0.0){x}
	\uput[90](0.0,4.6){y}
\end{pspicture}
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