Re: Plotting functions

*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net*Subject*: [mg4859] Re: Plotting functions*From*: Harald Berndt <hberndt9 at mail.idt.net>*Date*: Thu, 26 Sep 1996 22:42:17 -0400*Organization*: IDT Corporation*Sender*: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

I have a function of the form > > Exp[x] Sin[y] = K; > > How do I plot this function for different values of K? > Use Solve[ Exp[x] Sin[y] == K, x ], (or solve for y), then assign the result to a function and use Plot3D. Note that the domain giving real solutions is restricted, though. You could also use ImplicitPlot[ Exp[x] Sin[y] == someNumericvalue, {x or y, startV, stopV} ] -- ______________________________________________________________________ Harald Berndt, Ph.D. Research Specialist, Consultant Phone: 510-652-5974 FAX: 510-215-4299 ______________________________________________________________________ "I am what I am".................................. .Popeye the Sailor (KRYTEN:.............Are you sure? I always thought it was Descartes!) (LISTER:.So did I, man! It's so easy to get those two dudes mixed up!) ==== [MESSAGE SEPARATOR] ====