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“Simply calculate the resultant”
I’ve been reading through Erwin Kreyszig’s excellent Differential Geometry. The second section is all about curves in threedimensional Euclidean space, and it includes this neat problem: Represent the folium of Descartes and the curve , , in the form (6.5). Problem 8.5 Where the “folium of Descartes” has already been given as , and “in […]