In three dimensional coordinate space, points are plotted by moving a distance along the x-axis, y-axis, and z-axis, respectively.
To plot points in a three-dimensional coordinate system, locate x on the x-axis, move parallel to the y-axis, move y units, move parallel to the z-axis, then move z units and that will be your point.
To plot points in three-dimensional coordinate space, first graph the points in two dimensions as you would in a standard coordinate plane. Then, use the third dimension to visualize the points in relation to your coordinate axes.
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This video tutorial works through math problems/equations that address topics in Calculus 3, Partial Derivatives. This specific tutorial addresses Plotting points in three dimensions.
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Copyright date: ©2013
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