This is what the program looks like as a blank slate:
Let's plot a function of the form f (x, y, z, c) = 0 using the implicitplot3d() command
I used the carat symbol (^) to superscript the 2. For example, x^2
Let's define a function z = f (x, y, c) then plot it using the plot3d() command
I changed the font to Courier New for make it easier to read... but I don't really think it helped.
- I used a colon (:) and the equal sign (=) to define the function. :=
- I used a minus (-) and the greater than sign (>) to define the function. ->
- I used the asterisk (*) to multiply x and the cosign. x*cos(y)
- The [Enter] key submits your command and compiles the plot. So, to create a new line without submitting the command, hold Shift and then press Enter.
Let's plot the vector-valued function r(t)= < x(t), y(t), z(t)> where x(t), y(t), and z(t) are nice continuous functions