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Level Surfaces for a Polynomial
Let
be a function of three variables and let
be a constant. The set of all points
in space such that
is called a level surface of
(with value
).
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Osman Tuna Gökgöz
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Reference:
J. Marsden and A. Weinstein,
Calculus III
, New York: Springer, 1985 p. 713.
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