*To*: mathgroup@smc.vnet.net*Subject*: [mg10784] Re: [mg10758] Is this possible?*From*: Your Name <seanross@worldnet.att.net>*Date*: Thu, 5 Feb 1998 00:58:29 -0500*References*: <199802020544.AAA28262@smc.vnet.net.>

Lars Jonsson wrote: > > Hi, > > I would like to know if the following problem is easy to solve using > Mathematica. > > I have three sets of equation f1,f2 and f3 and four unknowns x,y,z and > w. if I scan one parameter, say w, I'll get unique solutions for > x,y,z. Now I would like to plot x and y as a function of z. At the > moment I'm using my own very slow code producing horrible graphics. > > Thanks / Lars Yes, I consider this a routine problem in mathematica. Given that your equations aren't really nasty, you should be able to do this with Solve, Plot3D and some transformation rules.

**References**:**Is this possible?***From:*"Lars Jonsson" <Lars.Jonsson@angstrom.uu.se>