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If you already have ArcGIS Desktop (ArcMap) with those extensions, ArcGIS Pro is licensed to use the same extensions - you won't need to buy the extensions again. You will need to set up your ArcGIS Pro Extension licenses in the same way as you set up your ArcGIS Pro licenses. Can I use my licensed ArcGIS for Desktop extensions with ArcGIS Pro? ...
Just like with ArcGIS for Desktop (that you'll receive if you buy ArcGIS Pro and vice versa) extensions must be purchased . Note that with ArcGIS Pro, you'll be able to visualize layers in 3D (but you won't have access to the tools of the 3D Analyst toolbox if you don't buy it). For both Desktop applications, you can evaluate any extension during (I think) 2 ...
To see the 3D/Spatial Analyst tools in ArcGIS Pro which require separate licensing you should consult these pages from the Help: 3D Analyst toolbox licensing Spatial Analyst toolbox licensing
You can't add basemaps into ArcScene from Adding an ArcGIS Online basemap into ArcGlobe Note that none of the online basemaps will work in ArcScene. You could work around this by clipping or exporting a basemap as an image and adding the image to your ArcScene. I would, however, recommend you look into using ArcGIS Pro rather than ArcScene. ArcGIS ...
Yes you can use Spatial Analyst for this. I'm not a Spatial Analyst expert, but I would look at the Raster Math tools to accomplish this - starting with the Minus tool.
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