Hello all, I know 3d gradients are often represented by gradient vectors but in the current project im working on it would be alot more convenient for me to do it this way if possible, the X gradient is given by Δy/Δx, and the Z gradient by Δy/Δz how can one obtain the Y gradient?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# 3D gradient, X grad Δy/Δx, Z grad Δy/Δz what is Y grad?

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