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Ron
09/16/04 5:23pm

Joop, one problem is solved.

Now, I just need to know how to plot a 2d-function on the surface of a 3d-function.

e.g:
3d-function:
f(x1,x2):= (x1 + 20) * x2

2d-function:
x2=f(x1):= 20-2x1

I tried to use ParametricPlot3D, but can't get it to work. So far:
ParametricPlot3D[{t, 20 - 2t, (t + 20)(20 - 2t)}, {t, 0, 30}]

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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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