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Re: Truth-Plot



Veit Sanner wrote:
 
> How can I plot/evaluate the following equation in Mathematica 3.0?
> (x^2+y^3) MOD 4 < 2
> 
> In my HP48 I just choose 'Truth' as plotting style and it works, but I
> can't find any 'TruthPlot[]' in Mathematica.


ContourPlot[Mod[x^2+y^3 ,4 ], 
	{x,-3,3},{y,-3,3},
	Contours ->{2}, PlotPoints -> 50];

("True" is black)
PlotPoints -> 50 increases plot definition. Contours ->{2} causes the
contour at height 2 to be drawn.

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