# plotting regions in 3D

I have recently learned to plot regions in the xy-plane as follows:

```
region_plot([y - 2*x<= 0, 0<x, x<2, 0<y, y<3], (x, -3, 3), (y, -3, 3))
```

My question is: How do I plot the same region, but living in 3-space? How do I add an extra condition (namely, z=0) so that the region appears in 3-space? The reason I ask is that I want to plot a two-varialbe function and its region of integration in the same plot.