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hyperbolic

adjective blown-up, distorted, elaborated, embellished, enhanced, enlarged, exaggerated, expanded, expressed to an excess, expressed to an extreme, heightening, inflated, intensified, magnified, over amplified, puffing up, stretched, stretched to the imagination, swelled
See also: extreme, inflated
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b) a hyperbola with one of the following four sets of axes: ([a.
As is known, an equilateral hyperbola is symmetric with respect to the bisector of the angle XOY in the first quarter.
So the same spherical curve satisfies the definition of parabola, ellipse and hyperbola on the sphere [S.
Computed values of the model parameters of our proposed rectangular hyperbola model (Eq.
Based on numerous research and experiments conducted in the central part of the Khuzestan Province during the course of many years, an empirical relation has been introduced in the form of a hyperbola.
The answer seems to be that proportional taxation is appropriate if and only if the marginal utility of income curve is a rectangular hyperbola.
The individual's demand curve will be a rectangular hyperbola, a familiar construct in the basic theory of a fiat money's value.
Previously we marked complexity of a choice of peak of a hyperbola of an element in the coordinates, satisfying the conditions Y [less than or equal to] 1, K [less than or equal to] X, as on an axis of ordinates the maximum value being a unit whilst the abscissa can take values in the hundreds of units.
1994) proposed a hyperbola-like discounting function in which the denominator of the hyperbola is raised to a power:
Other quadratic curves, such as the ellipse and the parabola, were also tested for the blending purpose, but the results are similar to that using the hyperbola.
For a hyperbola cos [theta] = 1/[epsilon], so that (see Fig.
On the validity and utility of Hernnstein's hyperbola in applied behavior analysis.