# How can i ploting 3 function with 2 variables?

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mostafa on 15 Apr 2014
Commented: mostafa on 15 Apr 2014
Hi i have 3 function like this
x1=(5+sin(w1*t))*cos(w2*t), x2=(5+sin(w1*t))*sin(w2*t), x3=cos(w1*t)
the t variable is not important for me but w1 and w2 is change like this
w1/w2=4, w1/w2=0.25, w1/w2=5 ....
i want to plot this 3 function in 3D but i cant!!!!!!
mostafa on 15 Apr 2014
Edited: mostafa on 15 Apr 2014
thank u for your respond Patrik. i meant that the t variable is not important for me not the whole. i think by saying that i need the points i made a mistake. these functions should give me curve. its about chaos and non linearity dynamics. by the way the t variable should grow not being a constant.

Patrik Ek on 15 Apr 2014
Ok this seems to give some chaotic pattern.
t = 0:0.01:2*pi;
w2=linspace(0,20,length(t));
w1=4*w2;
m=w1.*t;
n=w2.*t;
x1=(5+sin(m)).*cos(n);
x2=(5+sin(m)).*sin(n);
x3=cos(m);
plot3(x1,x2,x3);
mostafa on 15 Apr 2014
Thanks a lot!!!!!