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Thanks in advance for the help.

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Thanks in advance for the help.

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Manipulate[Plot[a (1 - e Cos[psi]), {psi, -1, 1}], {{a, 1}, -2, 2}, {{e, 1}, -2, 2}]

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OK thanks.

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This basically treats the constant as the "natural scale" for that dimension.

In your example, you can define the dimensionless, s = r/a

But e is dimensionless and can't really be absorbed anywhere.

So

Manipulate[ Plot[ 1 - e Cos[psi], {psi, -1, 1}, AxesLabel->{"psi","s=r/a"}], {{e,1}, -2, 2}]

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