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## Re: graphing equations

**From**: |
Ada Cheng |

**Subject**: |
Re: graphing equations |

**Date**: |
Wed, 12 Nov 2003 09:58:26 -0500 (EST) |

Do a help on plot3. Also hold on and hold off is your friend.
Ada
On Wed, 12 Nov 2003, Doug Wyble wrote:
>* Hi I'm a high school teacher and want to learn how to use octave to do help*
>* students visualize math. we a currently working on linear programming*
>* problems. i'm having a hard time plotting planes in 3-D. I want to be able*
>* to plot three planes on the same graph. for example*
>* 2x+y+z=4 x+y+z=2 3x-y-z=2 so students can see the point of intersection.*
>* Is there anyway you could help me get started with this. Also is there a*
>* good manual anywhere to learn octave. If i got a MATLAB manual would that*
>* be helpful THANKS*
>
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