piivo

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Thanks, everyone. I had heard of the grid version, but as mentioned it doesn't work. I have to plot some stuff for an economics paper and the fact, that it's 3d is almost to much for my profesor, let alone surfaces. I only have a tiny netbook and it pretty much goes down at 800'000 numpoints. But essentially I just have to ask somebody with a decent computer, right?

Well ok, your answers were really helpful. However, the Resulting lines are rather jagged. Is there something like a smooth function or the like. I set the numepoints up to 100000, but after that my notebook won't performe, so I hoped there is a better way of getting nice lines.

The code now is


> with(plots); display([implicitplot3d([y = 1/x, y = 2*x/(1+2*z)], x = 0 .. 3, y = 0 .. 4, z = 0 .. 2.5, numpoints = 100000, contours = 5, style = contour, thickness = 2, color = black, axes = normal), intersectplot(y = 1/x, y = 2*x/(1+2*z), x = 0 .. 3, y = 0 .. 4, z = 0 .. 2.5, numpoints = 100000, color = red, thickness = 2)]);

Is there such an improvement to be made, or do i just have to get somebody with a lot of processing force?

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