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After having had trouble applying TranslationTransform to a simple region like so

RegionPlot[TransformedRegion[Rectangle[],TranslationTransform[{2,0}]]]

I tried to find my error by researching Mathematica's online documentation, specifically ref/TransformedRegion. After having failed to find a glitch in my code, I just did an "Evaluate Notebook" from the "Evaluation" menu, with a discouraging result:

  1. Error messages like: RegionPlot::invplotregnnregion, RegionPlot::nnregioninvplotreg, TransformedRegion::reg, DiscretizeRegion::regp, RegionDistance::regp and more, Volume::reg, Integrate::ilim, MinValue::elemc, Reduce::elemc, RegionBounds::reg, RegionDistance::regp (in that order).
  2. Different RegionPlot-outputs, which, as comments showed, are due to wrong PlotRange (so, there is a workaround for this by manually changing that option).

My question is: Is my 10.0.2.0 installation damaged or might this be a problem with Mathematica itself?

I have the same results on two machines (Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, both 64bit).

Examples

Before evaluating the documentation page

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After

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After having had trouble applying TranslationTransform to a simple region like so

RegionPlot[TransformedRegion[Rectangle[],TranslationTransform[{2,0}]]]

I tried to find my error by researching Mathematica's online documentation, specifically ref/TransformedRegion. After having failed to find a glitch in my code, I just did an "Evaluate Notebook" from the "Evaluation" menu, with a discouraging result:

  1. Error messages like RegionPlot::invplotreg, RegionPlot::nnregion, RegionDistance::regp and more.
  2. Different RegionPlot-outputs, which, as comments showed, are due to wrong PlotRange (so, there is a workaround for this by manually changing that option).

My question is: Is my 10.0.2.0 installation damaged or might this be a problem with Mathematica itself?

I have the same results on two machines (Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, both 64bit).

Examples

Before evaluating the documentation page

before evaluation before evaluation 2 enter image description here

After

after evaluation after evaluation 2 enter image description here

After having had trouble applying TranslationTransform to a simple region like so

RegionPlot[TransformedRegion[Rectangle[],TranslationTransform[{2,0}]]]

I tried to find my error by researching Mathematica's online documentation, specifically ref/TransformedRegion. After having failed to find a glitch in my code, I just did an "Evaluate Notebook" from the "Evaluation" menu, with a discouraging result:

  1. Error messages: RegionPlot::nnregion, RegionPlot::invplotreg, TransformedRegion::reg, DiscretizeRegion::regp, RegionDistance::regp, Volume::reg, Integrate::ilim, MinValue::elemc, Reduce::elemc, RegionBounds::reg, RegionDistance::regp (in that order).
  2. Different RegionPlot-outputs, which, as comments showed, are due to wrong PlotRange (so, there is a workaround for this by manually changing that option).

My question is: Is my 10.0.2.0 installation damaged or might this be a problem with Mathematica itself?

I have the same results on two machines (Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, both 64bit).

Examples

Before evaluating the documentation page

before evaluation before evaluation 2 enter image description here

After

after evaluation after evaluation 2 enter image description here

5 Added cuboid example, which is even more descriptive.
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After having had trouble applying TranslationTransform to a simple region like so

RegionPlot[TransformedRegion[Rectangle[],TranslationTransform[{2,0}]]]

I tried to find my error by researching Mathematica's online documentation, specifically ref/TransformedRegion. After having failed to find a glitch in my code, I just did an "Evaluate Notebook" from the "Evaluation" menu, with a discouraging result:

  1. Error messages like RegionPlot::invplotreg, RegionPlot::nnregion, RegionDistance::regp and more.
  2. Different RegionPlot-outputs, which, as comments showed, are due to wrong PlotRange (so, there is a workaround for this by manually changing that option).

My question is: Is my 10.0.2.0 installation damaged or might this be a problem with Mathematica itself?

I have the same results on two machines (Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, both 64bit).

Examples

Before evaluating the documentation page

before evaluation before evaluation 2 enter image description here

After

after evaluation after evaluation 2 enter image description here

After having had trouble applying TranslationTransform to a simple region like so

RegionPlot[TransformedRegion[Rectangle[],TranslationTransform[{2,0}]]]

I tried to find my error by researching Mathematica's online documentation, specifically ref/TransformedRegion. After having failed to find a glitch in my code, I just did an "Evaluate Notebook" from the "Evaluation" menu, with a discouraging result:

  1. Error messages like RegionPlot::invplotreg, RegionPlot::nnregion, RegionDistance::regp and more.
  2. Different RegionPlot-outputs, which, as comments showed, are due to wrong PlotRange (so, there is a workaround for this by manually changing that option).

My question is: Is my 10.0.2.0 installation damaged or might this be a problem with Mathematica itself?

I have the same results on two machines (Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, both 64bit).

Examples

Before evaluating the documentation page

before evaluation before evaluation 2

After

after evaluation after evaluation 2

After having had trouble applying TranslationTransform to a simple region like so

RegionPlot[TransformedRegion[Rectangle[],TranslationTransform[{2,0}]]]

I tried to find my error by researching Mathematica's online documentation, specifically ref/TransformedRegion. After having failed to find a glitch in my code, I just did an "Evaluate Notebook" from the "Evaluation" menu, with a discouraging result:

  1. Error messages like RegionPlot::invplotreg, RegionPlot::nnregion, RegionDistance::regp and more.
  2. Different RegionPlot-outputs, which, as comments showed, are due to wrong PlotRange (so, there is a workaround for this by manually changing that option).

My question is: Is my 10.0.2.0 installation damaged or might this be a problem with Mathematica itself?

I have the same results on two machines (Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, both 64bit).

Examples

Before evaluating the documentation page

before evaluation before evaluation 2 enter image description here

After

after evaluation after evaluation 2 enter image description here

4 added correct option name
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After having had trouble applying TranslationTransform to a simple region like so

RegionPlot[TransformedRegion[Rectangle[],TranslationTransform[{2,0}]]]

I tried to find my error by researching Mathematica's online documentation, specifically ref/TransformedRegion. After having failed to find a glitch in my code, I just did an "Evaluate Notebook" from the "Evaluation" menu, with a discouraging result:

  1. Error messages like RegionPlot::invplotreg, RegionPlot::nnregion, RegionDistance::regp and more.
  2. Different RegionPlot-outputs, which, as comments showed, are due to wrong PlotAreaPlotRange (so, there is a workaround for this by manually changing that option).

My question is: Is my 10.0.2.0 installation damaged or might this be a problem with Mathematica itself?

I have the same results on two machines (Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, both 64bit).

Examples

Before evaluating the documentation page

before evaluation before evaluation 2

After

after evaluation after evaluation 2

After having had trouble applying TranslationTransform to a simple region like so

RegionPlot[TransformedRegion[Rectangle[],TranslationTransform[{2,0}]]]

I tried to find my error by researching Mathematica's online documentation, specifically ref/TransformedRegion. After having failed to find a glitch in my code, I just did an "Evaluate Notebook" from the "Evaluation" menu, with a discouraging result:

  1. Error messages like RegionPlot::invplotreg, RegionPlot::nnregion, RegionDistance::regp and more.
  2. Different RegionPlot-outputs, which, as comments showed, are due to wrong PlotArea (so, there is a workaround for this by manually changing that option).

My question is: Is my 10.0.2.0 installation damaged or might this be a problem with Mathematica itself?

I have the same results on two machines (Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, both 64bit).

Examples

Before evaluating the documentation page

before evaluation before evaluation 2

After

after evaluation after evaluation 2

After having had trouble applying TranslationTransform to a simple region like so

RegionPlot[TransformedRegion[Rectangle[],TranslationTransform[{2,0}]]]

I tried to find my error by researching Mathematica's online documentation, specifically ref/TransformedRegion. After having failed to find a glitch in my code, I just did an "Evaluate Notebook" from the "Evaluation" menu, with a discouraging result:

  1. Error messages like RegionPlot::invplotreg, RegionPlot::nnregion, RegionDistance::regp and more.
  2. Different RegionPlot-outputs, which, as comments showed, are due to wrong PlotRange (so, there is a workaround for this by manually changing that option).

My question is: Is my 10.0.2.0 installation damaged or might this be a problem with Mathematica itself?

I have the same results on two machines (Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, both 64bit).

Examples

Before evaluating the documentation page

before evaluation before evaluation 2

After

after evaluation after evaluation 2

3 Updated as advised in comments.
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