Twisting Rose Surfaces

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The base and top are the same rose curve given in polar coordinates by , . The points are joined top to bottom by lines to form a surface, but you can distort it by shifting the points along either curve. You can see a projection of the curves and lines into 2D.

Contributed by: George Beck (March 2011)
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