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lambda <- c(4,1,10)
cols <- c("green","red","black")
for(x in 20:0) {
  for(i in 1:3) {
legend(12,0.5,legend=c(expression (lambda==1),expression (lambda==4),expression (lambda==10)),col=c("red","green","black"),lwd=3,bty="n")

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