AW: more question about plotting
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- Subject: [mg48996] AW: more question about plotting
- From: "Ron Haus" <ronhaus at arcor.de>
- Date: Mon, 28 Jun 2004 04:13:39 -0400 (EDT)
- Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
Okay, how about this?
Topic: linear Optimization
I'm looking for a solution in graphic form, therefore, draw the main
function (e.g. f(x,y):=x+y) and all the constrains (e.g. f1(x):=10,
f2(x):=15-3x/5, f3(x):=-3+3x/5) in the same 3D Plot. The constraints should
be displayed one the surface of the main function (and/or on the
button(x-y-axis). If I could highlight the surrounded area, it would be
Here you can see what I mean:
also as a PDF
Von: Steven M. Christensen [mailto:steve at smc.vnet.net]
Gesendet: Freitag, 25. Juni 2004 23:51
An: ronhaus at arcor.de
Betreff: Re: more question about plotting
It is a strict rule of this mailing list that we do not
discuss other systems like MathCAD.
I used to work with MathCAD 11 (ger) and now try to do the same stuff in
Mathematica (since it is supposed to be better ;)
But, it is way harder than MathCAD....
Here is what I did in MathCAD (but can't in Mathematica)
also as a PDF
May someone help me out getting "linear optimization" done in mathematica
(especially the plotting)?
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