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parametric equation

[¦par·ə¦me·trik i′kwā·zhən]
(mathematics)
An equation where coordinates of points appear dependent on parameters such as the parametric equation of a curve or a surface.
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In the simplified model above, using force expressions and the principle II of mechanics for the Ox and Oy axes, we obtain the following set of trajectory parametric equations (where m is the weight of the basketball, [v.sub.0] the initial velocity of the ball and the throw angle, the other symbols having the already known meaning).
Then, the parametric equations of new type ruled surface of B-Smarandache [TM.sub.1] curves of biharmonic B-slant helix are given by
Parametric equations of (arcs)curves of the two sections of fulltime guidelines are:
A consultant with over half a century experience in the aluminum and materials information industries, Kaufman explains how time-temperature parametric equations can permit the folding of data obtained over a variety of temperatures and exposure times into a single relationship.
Let [F.sup.3] = (M, M, F) be a 3-dimensional Finsler manifold and C be a smooth curve in Ml given locally by the parametric Equations;
Using the same approach as for the vertical sundial, the parametric equations for the ellipse for the horizontal sundial are
Partial derivatives of elements of the inverse mapping matrix in expressions (29) is determined by derivation of parametric equations of a surface (27), while partial derivatives of basis functions are determined according to Eq.
We will focus on the case of two plane curves given by their parametric equations. An intersection algorithm for the case when the two curves are given by their implicit equations can be seen in [17] and [20].
TableCurve 2D is the first and only software that fully automates the tedious task of finding optimal parametric equations to fit two-dimensional empirical data.
be set of parametric equations of a curve in the plane.
And Polynomials and Parametric Equations Tools studied the path of a particle under the influence of gravity.

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