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Does anyone know of a free program capable of graphing implicit functions in R 3 ? Preferably for Linux. I suspect someone does, yes. :roll: I've only tried gnuplot, and from what I can tell, it will only plot functions given in the form z=f(x,y). I want to plot surfaces given in the form F(x,y,z)=...
Hi, math software I use: Algebra: Maxima with wxMaxima. If sometimes there is a thing that maxima cannot do, I use MuPad (my school has a license for this). Geometry: a) 2D: I use Euklid (http://www.dynageo.de). My school has a license for it. But I also like GeoGebra , ZuL (see here: http://mathsrv...
- Sun Nov 23, 2008 9:56 am UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: Plane defined by two points
- Replies: 6
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Hi, you can use the Thales-theorem to compute this. Of course, as already said, the points having distance 5 to B lie on a sphere. Draw the midpoint of A and B and a sphere with this midpoint as midpoint that goes through A and B. Then all tangents go through the intersection-circle of the two spher...