Lines and Planes in 3D 

Use this page to graph lines and planes. You can have one, two, or three of each.
If you do not want one of them to show, set all of its variables equal to 0.

Point-Normal Equation for a Plane: a(x - x0) + b(y - y0) + c(z - z0) = 0

Plane 1:  (x - ) + (y - ) + (z - ) = 0   Color: Hue
Plane 2:  (x - ) + (y - ) + (z - ) = 0   Color: Hue
Plane 3:  (x - ) + (y - ) + (z - ) = 0   Color: Hue

Plot Boundaries:  x from:   to: ,    y from:   to: ,    z from:   to:

Points to plot (between 2 and 50) :

Parametric Equations for a Line:    x = a t + x0,   y = b t + y0,   z = c t + z0

Line 1:  x = t + , y = t + , z = t +  ,    t ,   Color: Hue
Line 2:  x = t + , y = t + , z = t +  ,    t ,   Color: Hue
Line 3:  x = t + , y = t + , z = t +  ,    t ,   Color: Hue

View Point:   x:    y:    z:   (Adjust these values to change the angle of the still graph.)
Axes (True or False)



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Page Updated: 02/15/2006