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Hyperbolic Paraboloid Embracing an Elliptic Paraboloid
This Demonstration shows two elliptic paraboloids that have one tangent point. One of these is modified to be a hyperbolic paraboloid, which results in a tangent curve.
Contributed by:
Alejandro R. Barroso
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Elliptic Paraboloid
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Hyperbolic Paraboloid
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Contributed by:
Alejandro R. Barroso
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