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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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The solutions of the second equation are the hyperbolas (2) 2xy = C.
Within the limits of measurements readily made with an ordinary ruler, Samuelson and Solow's Figure 2 is not just a free-hand curve that passes through the named points A and B, but in fact corresponds everywhere to the hyperbola described in equation (1) and in our Figure 2.
I used to wonder why they were so huge and hyperbola shaped.
Simply stated, Khayyam solved the cubic equation x3 + 200x = 20x2 + 2000 dilemma as he found its positive root by considering the intersection of a rectangular hyperbola and a circle.
T] is parallel with the ground plane, which leads to a hyperbola trajectory as shown in Figure 5.
In this case the shape of hyperbola depends on the diameter of a rebar and the EMF velocity in the material surrounding the object.
Recognized as the author of one of the most important treatises on algebra before modern times as reflected in his Treatise on Demonstration of Problems of Algebra giving a geometric method for solving cubic equations by intersecting a hyperbola with a circle.
The hyperbola is a simple but effective distribution [2-6].
infinity]] U = [phi]([omega]), where U is the center of projectivity [phi], will be exactly the asymptotes of the hyperbola k ([O.
Jason Wheatley, director of ICT at the University of Sydney, suggests that, "for a blend of roundtable conversation and viewing," tables should be shaped like a hyperbola.
The conical curves (circle, ellipse, hyperbola, parabola) considered on the Euclidean plane are widely known and can also be found in the navigational applications.