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rc
09/19/08 1:08pm

Look at the code for the "Contours of Algebraic Surfaces" demonstration project (see url). Specifically, look at the cp function in the source code. This function produces the ContourPlot at the specified z value, and transforms every pair of numbers {x,y} into {x,y,z} before feeding it into Graphics3D. When I first got 6.0, I played with this, and you can set this up to plot any plane you wish.


Hope that helps.

URL: http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/ContoursOfAlgebraicSurfaces/,

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