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I made traces for the equation, x+y+z=0, but they don't seem to connect in an intuitive way as other equations do. For instance, even with x+y+z=1, I can make traces where the 3 lines connect to make a triangle in the first/positive quadrant. But x+y+z=0 has traces that all run through the origin. Not sure how to draw/connect traces for a plane whose traces seem to only intersect at the origin.

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# Visualizing the plane, 1x+1y+1z = 0

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