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11/29/05 8:50pm

How do I get a 3D model in Mathematica of a rectangle if I give the x,y,z co-ordinates (cartesian) of say 8 points. What I want to do is to view a 2D rectangle (or series of 2D rectangles) alongwith their thicknesses (in the z direction). What is the best way to do this ? I have tried to use Plot3D, ListPlot3D etc but I do not get the result as a series of connected rectangles with their respective thicknesses.


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