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Re: How to plot solutions to conics and elliptics?

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  • Subject: [mg2709] Re: How to plot solutions to conics and elliptics?
  • From: David Harvatin <dtharvat at sprint.uccs.edu>
  • Date: Sat, 9 Dec 1995 01:53:51 -0500
  • Organization: University of Colorado at Boulder

clever at euclid.math.purdue.edu (Brian James Clever) wrote:
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>    Hello. I was wondering how one plots the solutions to equations
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> such as x^3 - y^2 -1 = 0 using Mathematica. It seems to be related to 
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> the ContourPlot function, but this gives me solid objects, not the solution
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> set . Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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>
> Brian Clever.
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>
>


Brian,

Try the ImplicitPlot function in the Standard Mathematica Packages.  Remember to first load the 
package : <<Graphics`ImplicitPlot`

Dave Harvatin



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