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Python | Sympy Plane.are_concurrent() method

  • Last Updated : 23 Mar, 2020
In Simpy, the function Plane.are_concurrent() is used to check whether the given sequence of planes are concurrent or not. Two or more Planes are concurrent if their intersections are a common line.
Syntax: Plane.are_concurrent()

Parameters:
 planes: sequence of planes

Returns:
 True: if they are concurrent, else False

Example #1:

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# import sympy, Point3D and Plane
from sympy import Point3D, Plane
  
# using Plane() 
p1 = Plane(Point3D(5, 0, 0), normal_vector =(1, -1, 1))
p2 = Plane(Point3D(0, -2, 0), normal_vector =(3, 1, 1))
  
# using are_concurrent()
areConcurrent = Plane.are_concurrent(p1, p2)
  
print(areConcurrent)

Output:

True

Example #2:




# import sympy, Point3D and Plane
from sympy import Point3D, Plane
  
# using Plane() 
p1 = Plane(Point3D(5, 0, 0), normal_vector =(1, -1, 1))
p2 = Plane(Point3D(0, -2, 0), normal_vector =(3, 1, 1))
p3 = Plane(Point3D(0, -1, 0), normal_vector =(5, -1, 9))
  
# using are_concurrent()
areConcurrent = Plane.are_concurrent(p1, p2, p3)
  
print(areConcurrent)

Output:

False



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