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Creating a Polygon from the Volume between two Multivariable Functions
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Is there a way to do what is described in the question above? I have cross sections through an earth slide and the approximate width of each cross section. I would like to make a model depicting the volume displaced by the earth slide as a function of the difference between the current topography and the paleotopographic conditions (both of which I have already calculated and plotted). Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Noel,
I believe I have now made the project "public". Here is a link to such.
ADDED: I forgot to mention, the multivariables titled CS_# and PS_# (of corresponding numbers) are the functions that I want the volumes between.
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I hope this is facilitating. Sorry for the inconvenience.
This is due tomorrow. No advice?
the file is not public. we can not see it
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