# Mathematica 3-D plot (discrete/continous)

I want to visualize a 3-D function in Mathematica, Say F(x,y,z)=0, But there is a small difference here with typical z=f(x,y). Because of it's complexity, I decide to consider the z parameter as a constant and solve g(x,y). Now I derived the answers y versus x for different values of z. How can I figure out a (x,y,z) 3-D plot (whole of them)? Please notice that I have an array of discrete z values that for each z point y is known as a function of x. Thank you in advance.

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Look up ContourPlot3D[]. –  Ｊ. Ｍ. May 3 at 13:44
@J.M. I am not sure that would do the job if he does not want the equation to be solved in the form F(x,y,z)=0. I would go for something like ListPointPlot3D[Table[{x, g'[x, z], z}, {x, x0, x1}, {z, zlist}]] –  Batracos May 3 at 14:00