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Apr
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comment ContourPlot with parameter
@belisarius, I'm sorry again. I used small f notation, and forgot that in post I used big 'F'. Now everything should work.
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Apr
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comment ContourPlot with parameter
Now showed, @belisarius :)
Apr
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revised ContourPlot with parameter
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Apr
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comment ContourPlot with parameter
Thank you very much for answer! But when I fix a I get not whole b[x] but only one point in 2D case(the intersection of curves). The 3D case is nothing like I need to obtain.
Apr
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comment ContourPlot with parameter
I'm so sorry! I confused letters and there was a mistake. I edited post, and now it seems to be correct. Thank you!
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Feb
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comment Contour plot doesn't look right
Thank you so much! Your answer was extremely useful to me! Thanks again! :)
Feb
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awarded  Scholar
Feb
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accepted Contour plot doesn't look right
Feb
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comment Contour plot doesn't look right
The fact that I tried this way didn't help me with problem. I should write that. I'm so sorry!
Feb
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answered Why doesn't Mathematica make an obvious simplification?
Feb
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comment Contour plot doesn't look right
Also if the arguments are both complex or even one of them is the function can have real values. In your code you assume that both of them are real, right?
Feb
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comment Contour plot doesn't look right
Thank you, but I tried to do this already! The question is exactly how to separate that left branch that appears, because I don't need it.
Feb
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awarded  Editor
Feb
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revised Contour plot doesn't look right
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Feb
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comment Contour plot doesn't look right
Thank you so much! You showed me how to work with domains of definition of functions! I'm so happy, because if ypu didn't, it would be my next question here! :) About solution: you're right about everything, but it seems like I didn't ask my question correctly. I'm sorry! My only aim was to catch that branch that could be caused because both or one of arguments are complex.