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lotti
09/15/04 09:26am

Hi !

combine any graphics gri using Show[{gr1,gr2,..}]...
try this:
In[..]:=
Show[{
Plot3D[(x1 + 20)*x2 , {x1, 0, 30}, {x2, 0, 20},
DisplayFunction -> Identity],
Plot3D[2x1 + x2 - 20, {x1, 0, 30}, {x2, 0, 20},
DisplayFunction -> Identity],
Plot3D[2x2 + x2 - 60, {x1, 0, 30}, {x2, 0, 20},
DisplayFunction -> Identity],
Plot3D[(x1 + 20)*x2-800, {x1, 0, 30}, {x2, 0, 30},
DisplayFunction -> Identity]},
DisplayFunction -> $DisplayFunction,
AxesLabel -> {"x1", "x2", "Nutzen"}]

with kind regards,
lotti

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Re: plotting more than 1 function with Plot3D lotti 09/15/04 09:26am
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Re: plotting more than 1 function with Plot3D Ron 09/16/04 5:23pm
Re: plotting more than 1 function with Plot3D Henry Lamb 09/21/04 05:04am
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