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Re: making a plane

  • To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
  • Subject: [mg24221] Re: making a plane
  • From: Martin Harborth <Martin.Harborth at vt.siemens.de>
  • Date: Sat, 1 Jul 2000 03:21:52 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: Siemens AG, ATD TD IT MV 1
  • References: <8jhcqf$q1i@smc.vnet.net>
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Try another view point:

Show[%, ViewPoint -> {3.376, -0.040, -0.229}]

KHS schrieb:
> 
> For given 4 points like this,
> 
>     0.0517  ,  0.0847  ,  0.1004
>     0.0517  , -0.0187  ,  0.0344
>    -0.0517  ,  0.0187  ,  0.0690
>    -0.0517  , -0.0847  ,  0.0030
> 
> I thought these points should be on the one plane....
> so I make
> 
> c=Show[Graphics3D[
> 
> [{{
>          0.0517  ,  0.0847  ,  0.1004},{   0.0517  , -0.0187  ,  0.0344},{
>                  -0.0517  ,  0.0187  ,  0.0690},{    -0.0517  , -0.0847  ,
>             0.0030}}]],Axes->Automatic,
>     PlotRange->{{-0.15,0.15},{-0.15,0.15},{-0.15,0.15}}];
> 
> But, the figure is so strange....It looks like 2 planes...I don't why..Please help me!
> 
> Thanks in advance!


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