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Mike E.
10/24/00 06:49am

Hello. I just got this program. Seems complicated to me, but I'm sure it will pay off once I get the hang of it. I'm trying to command mathematica to plot a 3d surface area graph with x, y, and z coordinates for a project. I don't know the commands, and I'm still trying to learn how to use this program. Would somebody please help me and tell me how to do this. The graph has 26 points for each axis. I'm also using it as a study aid for my precalculus class. Any advice or hints and tips to make learning mathematica easier (it's almost like programming:). Thanks. See ya.

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Plotting Surface Area Graph with x,y,and z coor... Mike E. 10/24/00 06:49am
Re: Plotting Surface Area Graph with x,y,and z ... Forum Modera... 10/31/00 07:43am
Re: Plotting Surface Area Graph with x,y,and z ... James Kellin... 11/08/00 7:28pm
Re: Plotting Surface Area Graph with x,y,and z ... John Leko 10/31/00 07:45am
Re: Plotting Surface Area Graph with x,y,and z ... John Leko 10/31/00 07:47am
Re: Plotting Surface Area Graph with x,y,and z ... Aaron Honecker 10/31/00 07:48am
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