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Joshua
10/23/11 02:45am

I am trying to plot a degenerate parabolic cylinder of the form 0z=(x^2)-y, i.e, y=(x^2). This is a 3DPlot.

How, on earth do I do this???

I am trying to plot this for instance:

Plot3D[{9 - y, y = x^2, 0}, {x, -10, 10}, {y, -10, 10},
MeshStyle -> LightGray, PlotStyle -> Opacity[0.5]]

I know I can't put y=x^2 there... it doesn't cohere. But, how do I input it?



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Plot3D y=(X^2) Joshua 10/23/11 02:45am
Re: Plot3D y=(X^2) Bill 10/24/11 01:06am
Re: Plot3D y=(X^2) S. 10/24/11 07:02am
Re: Plot3D y=(X^2) Peter Pein 10/24/11 2:55pm
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