hyperbola


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an open curve formed by a plane that cuts the base of a right circular cone

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Euclid was the first to write about conics around 300 BC, while their names (ellipse, hyperbola, parabola), are attributed to Apollonius (Bunt et al.
1, the arc of the content of tungsten is presented with an equilateral hyperbola Y = K/X wherein its different compounds (in particular [WO.
In all cases, data obtained were best fitted to one site binding hyperbola.
Here, the point (2, -1) lies on the hyperbola H-2 and (1, -1) on the hyperbola [H.
For an ellipse, one of those foci is a focus of the hyperbola and the other the point opposite to the second focus of that hyperbola, the ellipse and hyperbola in general are not orthogonal.
When a hyperbola is rotated about its x-axis, a hyperboloid is formed.
The shape obtained was traced onto paper and the vertex of the created hyperbola found.
The rheological rectangular hyperbola model could not predict the negative normal stress difference of filled LCPs.
I used to wonder why they were so huge and hyperbola shaped.
If output is a linear function of electricity, then simple mathematics shows that marginal output is a horizontal straight line, whereas average output per unit of electricity is a rectangular hyperbola.
tandem FR 1 VI schedules), Belke and Heyman (1994) showed that local response rates conformed to the rectangular hyperbola predicted by Herrnstein's (1970) single operant form of the matching law.
The Web site mentioned that the engineers utilised hyperbola patterns and Archimedean spirals to create patterns on single hair strands.
Recognized as the author of one of the most important treatises on algebra before modern times as reflected in his Treatise on Demonstration of Problems of Algebra giving a geometric method for solving cubic equations by intersecting a hyperbola with a circle.
Simply stated, Khayyam solved the cubic equation x3 + 200x = 20x2 + 2000 dilemma as he found its positive root by considering the intersection of a rectangular hyperbola and a circle.
Yes, they are carefully contrived missiles that contain (usually) a generous amount of hyperbola that stimulate our buying genes.