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What are level curves ? Sketch some level curves of the hyperboloid of one sheet defined by x^2+(1/9)y^2 z ^2=1 @Mathematics Subje…
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What are level curves ? Sketch some level curves of the hyperboloid of one sheet defined by x^2+(1/9)y^2 z ^2=1 @Mathematics Subje…
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I believe this equation is for level surfaces not curves
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basically i believe the 1=f(x,y,z)
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as for level surfaces you basically let f(x,y,z)=k
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and solve
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level curves on the other are for f(x,y) functions... basically what level curves and surfaces show is kind of like a tree with its' aging rings. you take slices at different points going up the z axis to get for example if you had an ellipsoiddw:1281762830006:dw
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levelsurfaces are the space version i guess you could sayof level curves
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thank you.
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