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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi

I have a function that relies on n and t. I am presently drawing it with "ParametricPlot3D." I am drawing it for all t in [0,1]. Now I can either draw this for all values of n in a defined interval, say [a,b], just as I define it to draw all t. Or I can draw one value of n by using the "Manipulate[ ParametricPlot3D[" and changing the value of n in [a,b].

My problem is I want to draw the function for a large number of values of n in [a,b] in the same diagram. t always runs through [0,1].

I can't find a command for this, is there one? I'm sure that this can be done some how... Any thoughts?

Thanks

I have a function that relies on n and t. I am presently drawing it with "ParametricPlot3D." I am drawing it for all t in [0,1]. Now I can either draw this for all values of n in a defined interval, say [a,b], just as I define it to draw all t. Or I can draw one value of n by using the "Manipulate[ ParametricPlot3D[" and changing the value of n in [a,b].

My problem is I want to draw the function for a large number of values of n in [a,b] in the same diagram. t always runs through [0,1].

I can't find a command for this, is there one? I'm sure that this can be done some how... Any thoughts?

Thanks