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2016-05-17 17:32:27 +0100 | answered a question | Plot the intersection of two surfaces (or solutions of a system of eqs) Perfect! Thanks both of you. It can be seen perfecty. I needed to see the irreducible components of $\mathbb{C}[x,y,z]/((x+y)(x-z^2),xy+y^2)$. |

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2016-05-17 13:08:53 +0100 | commented answer | Plot the intersection of two surfaces (or solutions of a system of eqs) Thank you very much! In order to see the intersection of the two surfaces, could I plot the solutions of the system, I mean, can "sol" be plotted? |

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2016-05-17 00:13:56 +0100 | asked a question | Plot the intersection of two surfaces (or solutions of a system of eqs) Hi everybody, I'd like to plot the solutions of the system $$(X + Y )(X − Z^3)=0,$$ $$XY + Y^2=0.$$ in 3D, I mean, the set of points (X,Y,Z) in IR^3 that verify the system. I don't know how to do it. I was searching how to plot the intersection of both surfaces, but neither I could. ¿Could anyone tell me how to do it? Thanks in advance |

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