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Old   March 30, 2012, 23:12
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simple question: does the symmetry plane has always to be xy ?? is it necessary ? thanks
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simple question: does the symmetry plane has always to be xy ?? is it necessary ? thanks
Answer is no. You can make it any plane no matter the orientation. Does not even have to be an semi-infinite plane, it can be any size region. It does however, have to be planar.
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