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Can we plot a function which includes objects based on points?
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I wanted to plot a dot product of twodimensional vectors. I have created vector v and I want the dot product of every position vector on xy plane.
So I tried this. But the syntax was invalid.
z = Dot[v, Vector[(x, y)]]Then I found out a valid syntax.
z = x(v) * x + y(v) * y
So my problem was solved, but I have a feeling that there might be a case which is hard to write without using object. And I want to know if there is a way to write a function which create objects based on point.
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for defining a function you can use only functions on x,y , not commands
ie: you can define f(x) and g(x) then (f+g+abs(fg))/2 is max(f,g) but max is a command (max(number,number)) so you can not define h(x)=max(f(x),g(x))
you can use values of objects in functions like x(v) in your function, more, you can define f(x,y)=x(v)*x+y(v)*y then u=(3,4) and ask for f(u)
you can try your 'definitions' in CAS window; the syntax is more similar you want
for defining a function you can use only functions on x,y , not commands
ie: you can define f(x) and g(x) then (f+g+abs(fg))/2 is max(f,g) but max is a command (max(number,number)) so you can not define h(x)=max(f(x),g(x))
you can use values of objects in functions like x(v) in your function, more, you can define f(x,y)=x(v)*x+y(v)*y then u=(3,4) and ask for f(u)
you can try your 'definitions' in CAS window; the syntax is more similar you want
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