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Conchoid

Conchoid Con"choid, n. [Gr. ?; ? shell + ? form: cf. F. concho["i]de.] (Geom.) A curve, of the fourth degree, first made use of by the Greek geometer, Nicomedes, who invented it for the purpose of trisecting an angle and duplicating the cube.

Conchoid Con"choid, n. [Gr. ?; ? shell + ? form: cf. F. concho["i]de.] (Geom.) A curve, of the fourth degree, first made use of by the Greek geometer, Nicomedes, who invented it for the purpose of trisecting an angle and duplicating the cube.

- A conchoid is a curve derived from a fixed point O, another curve, and a length d. It was invented by the ancient Gr**** mathematician Nicomedes. For every...

- Conchoid can refer to: Conchoid (mathematics), an equation of a curve discovered by the mathematician Nicomedes Conchoidal fracture, a breakage pattern...

- that resembles the rippling, gradual curves of a mussel s****; the word "conchoid" is derived from the word for this animal (Ancient Gr****: κογχοειδής konchoeidēs...

- The conchoid of Dürer, also called Dürer's s**** curve, is a variant of a conchoid or plane algebraic curve, named after Albrecht Dürer and introduced...

- The conchoid(s) of de Sluze is a family of plane curves studied in 1662 by René François Walter, baron de Sluze. The curves are defined by the polar equation...

- plane curves include Cubic parabola Folium of Descartes Cissoid of Diocles Conchoid of de Sluze Right strophoid Semicubical parabola Serpentine curve Trident...

- glissette of the line segment in the example above is an astroid. Any conchoid may be regarded as a glissette, with a line and one of its points sliding...

- Each curve in this example is a locus defined as the conchoid of the point P and the line l. In this example, P is 8 cm from l....

- investigations, Nicomedes created the conchoid of Nicomedes; a discovery that is contained in his famous work entitled On conchoid lines. Nicomedes discovered three...

- methods of doubling the cube involve neusis, the cissoid of Diocles, the conchoid of Nicomedes, or the Philo line. Pandrosion, a female mathematician of...

- Conchoid can refer to: Conchoid (mathematics), an equation of a curve discovered by the mathematician Nicomedes Conchoidal fracture, a breakage pattern...

- that resembles the rippling, gradual curves of a mussel s****; the word "conchoid" is derived from the word for this animal (Ancient Gr****: κογχοειδής konchoeidēs...

- The conchoid of Dürer, also called Dürer's s**** curve, is a variant of a conchoid or plane algebraic curve, named after Albrecht Dürer and introduced...

- The conchoid(s) of de Sluze is a family of plane curves studied in 1662 by René François Walter, baron de Sluze. The curves are defined by the polar equation...

- plane curves include Cubic parabola Folium of Descartes Cissoid of Diocles Conchoid of de Sluze Right strophoid Semicubical parabola Serpentine curve Trident...

- glissette of the line segment in the example above is an astroid. Any conchoid may be regarded as a glissette, with a line and one of its points sliding...

- Each curve in this example is a locus defined as the conchoid of the point P and the line l. In this example, P is 8 cm from l....

- investigations, Nicomedes created the conchoid of Nicomedes; a discovery that is contained in his famous work entitled On conchoid lines. Nicomedes discovered three...

- methods of doubling the cube involve neusis, the cissoid of Diocles, the conchoid of Nicomedes, or the Philo line. Pandrosion, a female mathematician of...

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