Simple plane

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In a 2d graphic, I have xOy, in 3d I have xOyz (origin O)

But how can I figure out a graph of abcdefg..Oxyz - an n-D hyperplane ?

Please consider a simple case of 10d, I have 10 different axis. What else can I go on with ?

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tiny-tim
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Hi Mokae! :smile:
But how can I figure out a graph of abcdefg..Oxyz - an n-D hyperplane
You can't! :redface:

Even for four dimensions, it's not possible (unless you "suppress" one of the dimensions, to give a projection into 3-dimensional space).
 
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In a 2d graphic, I have xOy, in 3d I have xOyz (origin O)

But how can I figure out a graph of abcdefg..Oxyz - an n-D hyperplane ?

Please consider a simple case of 10d, I have 10 different axis. What else can I go on with ?

Thanks
What do you mean by "a graph of abcdefg..Oxyz"? To have a graph, in any dimension, you have to have a function or formula. What function do you want to graph?
 
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Hi Mokae! :smile:


You can't! :redface:

Even for four dimensions, it's not possible (unless you "suppress" one of the dimensions, to give a projection into 3-dimensional space).
Actually I do nothing with dimentions at present.
Have never thought I will have an opinion to deal with any either
Original purpose of the project seems to change into something different. Never bother to ask by the way.

How is Japan ?
 

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