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Equations for Valentines
This Demonstration shows four different heart-shaped algebraic surfaces.
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Contributed by:
Michael Croucher
After work by:
Eric W. Weisstein
and
Michael Trott
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Heart Surface
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Equations for Valentines
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/EquationsForValentines/
Contributed by:
Michael Croucher
After work by:
Eric W. Weisstein
and
Michael Trott
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