(redirected from hyperbolas)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Words related to hyperbola

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

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
In analogy to this graph, the respective arcs were obtained for chlorine and oxygen, which appeared as hyperbolas as well.
It leads to computation of three time-differences and consequently three hyperbolas which intersect in one common point--sound source position.
Fermat determined areas under curves which he called general parabolas and general hyperbolas.
This approach, however, relies on the moveout of the multiples to be well approximated by hyperbolas in data space, which is problematic in complex media.
Undulating, nongeometric "whiplash" curves, hyperbolas and parabolas, and intertwined organic forms dominated everything from jewelry design (Rene Lalique in Paris) to glassware (Louis Comfort Tiffany in New York).
If the spacing is equal to the tangent of the difference, then the parallels become hyperbolas.
Since January, the 18-year-old has sacrificed his social life to memorize hyperbolas and palindromes.
6, a shift at constant tensile stress [Sigma] is equivalent to a shift of the Rheotens curves along hyperbolas, while it corresponds to a shift under-45 [degrees] in a log-log plot [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 9 OMITTED].
Their topics include Newton trees at infinity of algebraic curves, group actions on affine cones, holomorphic curves on irregular varieties of general type starting from surfaces, equivariant derivations and additive group actions, and embeddings of hyperbolas.
155, is due to that fact the law of hyperbolas we used previously in the Periodic Table [5] provided not only the possibility to calculate the upper limit of the Table (element No.
They allow a study of ellipses, parabolas, hyperbolas and their 3D equivalents.
There is a family of rectangular hyperbolas with points on a hyperbola giving the various k and (i - s) combinations which result in a particular burden, k(i - s).
The plots of revenue versus rank for the other weeks of the sample also looked like rectangular hyperbolas.
For weeks, these teens have sacrificed their free time and social lives to memorize hyperbolas and palindromes.
We chose the top of the hyperbolas, in order to describe a chemical process with use of Lagrange's theorem; reducing them to the equation Y = K/X was made through the scaling coefficient 20.