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TPowell
09/01/11 4:49pm

We are creating 3D plots using Mathematica for my Calculus III class, and I'm wondering if there is a way to display the origin with radiating x,y and z axes in the resulting graphics. In Microsoft Mathematics, when the plot is graphed, it shows the axes for a reference point. I was hoping that there would be a command that would display something similar to that in Mathematica, and I'd appreciate any help.

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Show origin in 3D Plots TPowell 09/01/11 4:49pm
Re: Show origin in 3D Plots Bill 09/02/11 10:50pm
Re: Show origin in 3D Plots Peter Pein 09/04/11 10:59am
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