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Topic: Cirlce in 3D?
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Steve Gray

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Cirlce in 3D?
Posted: May 12, 2014 12:43 AM
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I'm looking for a neat formula to find the center of a circle in 3D
through 3 points. I also need a good way to display it, preferably
thickened so I can show several and see whether they are linked, etc. To
my surprise I did not find anything on the Wolfram sites about these
problems. (I have Mathematica 7, if that matters.)



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