By Wassenaar J.
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Reason is the resemblance between the equations . The hyperbolism of a curve f (x,y) = 0 is a curve with equation f (x, xy) = 0. ) = to throw 2) In the form: y = x / (1 + x) 3) Law of the extinguishing past, based on the frequency of year numbers in newspapers: Pollmann 1996 4) Maybe this is true, but i can't get to this law (for an one or two letter alphabet). 5) For the cities and their inhabitants in many cases a value of the constant a between 0 and 1 has been found. 2. 6) Substitute the partial derivatives by x en y in: conic section parabola last updated: 2003−05−21 The word 'parabola' refers to the parallelism of the conic section and the tangent of the conic mantle.
Perimeter, contour. 6) The ultimate proof was given not earlier than in the second part of the 19th century, by Weierstrass. 7) To be compared with the sine. ) = two. 9) Davis 1981 p. 100. 10) Ku−klux is derived from the Greek word for circle: kyklos. ellipse conic section last updated: 2003−05−20 The word ellipse is derived from the Greek word elleipsis (defect). The same defect do we find in the linguistic ellipse: omitting a part of a sentence, in situations that the part can be thought easily.
Till know we spoke about a single circle, but more circles together can be handy too: two circles we find in 8) the English bicycle , and the French bicyclette. Three arcs of a circle form together a circular triangle. In the case of three equal arcs beginning in the angles of an equal triangle, it is called the Reuleaux triangle. Already Archimedes described the arbelos or shoemaker's knife, also consisting of three circles. More concentric circles can be found at a target for shooting or darting.
2d Curves by Wassenaar J.