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Catacaustic

Catacaustic Cat`a*caus"tic, a. [Pref. cata + caustic.] (Physics) Relating to, or having the properties of, a caustic curve formed by reflection. See Caustic, a. --Nichol.

Catacaustic Cat`a*caus"tic, a. [Pref. cata + caustic.] (Physics) Relating to, or having the properties of, a caustic curve formed by reflection. See Caustic, a. --Nichol.

Catacaustic

Catacaustic Cat`a*caus"tic, n. (Physics) A caustic curve formed by reflection of light. --Nichol.

Catacaustic Cat`a*caus"tic, n. (Physics) A caustic curve formed by reflection of light. --Nichol.

- The caustic is a subset of the Lagrangian fibration's base space B. A catacaustic is the reflective case. With a radiant, it is the evolute of the orthotomic...

- [4] Slinky spiral [5] Twisted cubic Viviani's curve Caustic including Catacaustic and Diacaustic Cissoid Conchoid Evolute Glissette Inverse curve Involute...

- shape of cardioids. The catacaustic of a circle with respect to a point on the cir****ference is a cardioid. Also, the catacaustic of a cone with respect...

- Resonators and Open Waveguides. Boulder, Colorado: The Golem Press. Circle Catacaustic. Wolfram MathWorld. Retrieved 2009-07-17. Levi, Mark (2018-04-02). "Focusing...

- pedal is then the envelope of reflected rays or the catacaustic of C′. This proves that the catacaustic of a curve is the evolute of its orthotomic. As noted...

- Eruditorum in 1683. In 1682, Von Tschirnhaus worked out the theory of catacaustics and showed that they were rectifiable. This was the second case in which...

- kautós), καυστικός (kaustikós), καῦσις (kaûsis), καῦμα (kaûma) calm, catacaustic, causalgia, causalgic, caustic, cauter, cauterize, cautery, diacaustic...

- curve Maurer rose Reuleaux triangle Bézier triangle Caustic including Catacaustic and Diacaustic Cissoid Conchoid Evolute Glissette Inverse curve Involute...

- t)\\y=-\cos(t)/t-2\sin(t)+t\cos(t)\end{cases}}} The curve that has a catacaustic forming a circle. Approximates the Archimedean spiral. Atomic spiral...

- kautós), καυστικός (kaustikós), καῦσις (kaûsis), καῦμα (kaûma) calm, catacaustic, causalgia, causalgic, caustic, cauter, cauterize, cautery, diacaustic...

- [4] Slinky spiral [5] Twisted cubic Viviani's curve Caustic including Catacaustic and Diacaustic Cissoid Conchoid Evolute Glissette Inverse curve Involute...

- shape of cardioids. The catacaustic of a circle with respect to a point on the cir****ference is a cardioid. Also, the catacaustic of a cone with respect...

- Resonators and Open Waveguides. Boulder, Colorado: The Golem Press. Circle Catacaustic. Wolfram MathWorld. Retrieved 2009-07-17. Levi, Mark (2018-04-02). "Focusing...

- pedal is then the envelope of reflected rays or the catacaustic of C′. This proves that the catacaustic of a curve is the evolute of its orthotomic. As noted...

- Eruditorum in 1683. In 1682, Von Tschirnhaus worked out the theory of catacaustics and showed that they were rectifiable. This was the second case in which...

- kautós), καυστικός (kaustikós), καῦσις (kaûsis), καῦμα (kaûma) calm, catacaustic, causalgia, causalgic, caustic, cauter, cauterize, cautery, diacaustic...

- curve Maurer rose Reuleaux triangle Bézier triangle Caustic including Catacaustic and Diacaustic Cissoid Conchoid Evolute Glissette Inverse curve Involute...

- t)\\y=-\cos(t)/t-2\sin(t)+t\cos(t)\end{cases}}} The curve that has a catacaustic forming a circle. Approximates the Archimedean spiral. Atomic spiral...

- kautós), καυστικός (kaustikós), καῦσις (kaûsis), καῦμα (kaûma) calm, catacaustic, causalgia, causalgic, caustic, cauter, cauterize, cautery, diacaustic...

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