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Adam
01/29/12 5:30pm

I am trying to create a Mathematica model for my high school physics teacher regarding distances between vibrating particles and their variations with temperature. To make a long story short, I've used ParametricPlot3D to place a needed two dimensional line in the model. However, when I run the time variable through its cycles, the line disappears until I stop it again. Is there another function which I can use to show this 2D line in a 3D graphic like this without it disappearing or is there another way I should have coded this out? Thanks in advance!

tl;dr: I need some way to display the line while "t" is playing/cycling through values and not just when it's stopped.

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