Executing the code

r = RegionIntersection[Region[Ball[3]],  Region[Ball[{1/2, 1/3, 5/6}, 1]]];

in version on Windows 10 32-bit, I don't obtain any plot, only unclear output with "Embedding dimension: 3". However, this code works on Wolfram Cloud (see screen ) and on 64- bit Windows (as I was kindly informed by Technical Support [CASE:4195740] ).

Addition. In view of the above I can execute


on neither my comp nor the cloud.

Addition 2. The reinstallation of Mathematica on my comp solved the problem. I am grateful to Duncan Pettengill for his well-meaning and professional attitude to my case.

  • Please change your title to be an informative one... one that actually describes the core issues in your problem. – David G. Stork Dec 4 at 22:44
  • @David G. Stork: The title was changed up to your advice. – user64494 2 days ago

Only use Region wrappers to view regions:

r = RegionIntersection[Ball[3], Ball[{1/2, 1/3, 5/6}, 1]];

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I don't have 32-bit Windows, so this may not help you.

  • 1
    Thank you. I fixed typo (see the screen) before your edit. This is not the only case when the code works in 64-bit version, but does not work in 32-bit version. I will be waiting for a serious answer. – user64494 Dec 4 at 20:30

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