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;IntersectConic[ <Plane>, <Quadric> ]
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;IntersectConic( <Plane>, <Quadric> )
 
:Intersects the plane with the quadric.
 
:Intersects the plane with the quadric.
;IntersectConic[ <Quadric>, <Quadric> ]
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;IntersectConic( <Quadric>, <Quadric> )
 
:Returns a conic defined in case where the intersection is actually a conic.
 
:Returns a conic defined in case where the intersection is actually a conic.
:{{example| 1=<div><code><nowiki>IntersectConic[sphere1, sphere2]</nowiki></code> creates the intersection conic of two spheres.</div>}}
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:{{example| 1=<div><code><nowiki>IntersectConic(sphere1, sphere2)</nowiki></code> creates the intersection conic of two spheres.</div>}}
 
{{Note| See also [[Intersect Command|Intersect]] and [[IntersectPath Command|IntersectPath]] commands.}}
 
{{Note| See also [[Intersect Command|Intersect]] and [[IntersectPath Command|IntersectPath]] commands.}}

Latest revision as of 12:56, 30 September 2017


IntersectConic( <Plane>, <Quadric> )
Intersects the plane with the quadric.
IntersectConic( <Quadric>, <Quadric> )
Returns a conic defined in case where the intersection is actually a conic.
Example:
IntersectConic(sphere1, sphere2) creates the intersection conic of two spheres.
Note: See also Intersect and IntersectPath commands.
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