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Graph of a 3 variables function
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Can we graph a function f(x,y,z)?
(Not f(x,y,z)=c where c constant)
I know we can do so for f(x,y)=z
I mean if I only type x^2*y i'll get a graph which is a surface of 2 variables , but if I type x*y*z I get nothing
Why?
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porque no puedes ver las cuatro dimensiones (x,y,z,x*y*z)
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