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- In mathematics and physics, a brachistochrone curve (from Ancient Gr**** βράχιστος χρόνος (brákhistos khrónos) 'shortest time'), or curve of fastest descent...
- constant. An example of an application of the Beltrami identity is the brachistochrone problem, which involves finding the curve y = y ( x ) {\displaystyle...
- circle of radius R − 2r. Each hypocycloid (for any value of r) is a brachistochrone for the gravitational potential inside a homogeneous sphere of radius...
- the acceleration of gravity. The tautochrone curve is related to the brachistochrone curve, which is also a cycloid. It was in the left hand try-pot of...
- upward, is the curve of fastest descent under constant gravity (the brachistochrone curve). It is also the form of a curve for which the period of an object...
- Palimpsest Archimedes' use of infinitesimals Arithmetization of analysis Brachistochrone curve Chinese mathematics Cours d'Analyse Edinburgh Mathematical Society...
- Hyperelliptic curve Cl****ical modular curve C****ini oval Bowditch curve Brachistochrone Butterfly curve (transcendental) Catenary Clélies Cochleoid Cycloid...
- but not without friction. Their most bitter dispute concerned the brachistochrone curve problem, or the equation for the path followed by a particle...
- in fact follows a curve) alludes to Galileo's investigation of the brachistochrone (in the context of the quickest descent from a point to a wall), which...
- anonymously submitted solution to Bernoulli's challenge regarding the Brachistochrone curve. tarde venientibus ossa To the late are left the bones Te occidere...
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