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Dex Schoder
05/25/99 3:30pm

I need to plot functions of type z=f(x,y) yielding a 3d surface.
Before I buy Mathematica Student Version I would like to make
sure about the limitations of the Student Version for the

Variables will be within the ranges:
0<z<10.E8 (output must be plotted log-scale)

It is ok to have the computation of the respective ranges of
[0;1] in around 50 steps (meaning x1=0,x2=0.02,x3=0.04 ..., y

I guess this is a really small problem your student version might


What do you think?

Thanks for your consideration!

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3d-Plot, limitations of the student version Dex Schoder 05/25/99 3:30pm
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