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Topic: intersection of a surface with a plane
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Torsten Hennig

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Re: intersection of a surface with a plane
Posted: Jan 16, 2013 4:04 AM
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> Hi all,
> I want to find the roots of the following equation:
> '2*cos(a)*cosh(b)-2-(b/a-a/b)*sin(a)*sinh(b)=0'
> And I tried plotting the LHS and RHS of the equation,
> as '2*cos(a)*cosh(b)-2-(b/a-a/b)*sin(a)*sinh(b)' and
> '0' in the z-plane.
> Can any one please help me to find out the
> intersection of the surface with this plane.
> Thanks in advance,
> Murthy

Your equation defines a curve in the a-b-plane ;
I don't understand how the z-plane comes into play.
However, to plot implicit algebraic curves,
the easiest solution is to use the "ezplot" command
help ezplot

Best wishes

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