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Rectification of a Cassinian Oval
 -  5 posts  -  3 authors  - Last post:  Jun 5, 2001 Pat Sharkey patshar...@eircom.net sci math In article <105a54cc.0105270829.671c7...@posting.google.com>, Pat Sharkey ...http://groups.google.com/g/2757fef6/t/6233cb51ad6f27b5/d/cddeb7a55e1d59b3

Cassinian Oval
 -  2 posts  -  2 authors  - Last post:  Jan 5, 1998 Jon Roberts ... geometry pre-college David, I was intrigued by your Cassinian oval so I had a go at it, using the axes feature of GSP.http://groups.google.com/g/7d87fef8/t/e469de1d1670b856/d/cd8b8d89b665cf45

How to construct a linkage to trace out a cassinian oval
 -  13 posts  -  4 authors  - Last post:  Jan 24, 1999 For a Cassinian oval whose foci are each a distance -a- rom the origin and whose focal chords give upon multiplication the product k-squared, does anyone ...http://groups.google.com/g/2757fef6/t/98e62b6da1f170a/d/fc22f201fcfccf2f

Help: Cassinian Oval
 -  19 posts  -  17 authors  - Last post:  Apr 21, 1995 I have had an inquiry about something I have never heard of before. "The Encyclopedia Britannia mentions a curve called the Cassinian oval which it says has to ...http://groups.google.com/g/b517ff08/t/63c237e6a15f54a8/d/5b46940aecafe4cf

Cassinian Oval as point-locus
 -  2 posts  -  2 authors  - Last post:  Jan 10, 1998 Bernard Geneves ... geometry software dynamic M being any point on the line perpendicular to OB at O, the circle of center M going ...http://groups.google.com/g/3317ff0b/t/dfe6d26e3ecc13d/d/39e8cc52bbed4839

How to construct linkages to trace out Cassinian Ovals
 -  2 posts  -  1 author  - Last post:  Jan 24, 1999 For a Cassinian oval whose foci are each a distance -a- rom the origin and whose focal chords give upon multiplication the product k-squared, does anyone ...http://groups.google.com/g/f297feec/t/d8c9a65998b76c0e/d/1cb69c4e5fa047bc

How to construct linkages to trace out Cassinian-Ovals
 -  2 posts  -  1 author  - Last post:  Jan 24, 1999 For a Cassinian oval whose foci are each a distance -a- rom the origin and whose focal chords give upon multiplication the product k-squared, does anyone ...http://groups.google.com/g/5847ff07/t/781bf24570d0eed6/d/432a08854b1bcf90

The Fascinating Cassinian-Oval
 -  1 post  -  1 author  - Last post:  Apr 25, 1998 Let O be the centre and F the right-hand focus of the Cassinian oval. Let OX-extended cut the oval on the x-axis at p its greatest distance from origin. Suppose I ...http://groups.google.com/g/2757fef6/t/85ea52d1a2816ef0/d/8c338c5eddd0ee3b

 -  1 post  -  1 author  - Last post:  Apr 10, 2002 From diagrams in books by Robert Yates (Geometrical Tools) etc and various webpages, I have in fact been able to draw a split cassinian oval using linkages.http://groups.google.com/g/d607fef2/t/3b8426e90ce7070b/d/97ced48f640a9149

Cassinian Oval
 -  2 posts  -  2 authors  - Last post:  Jan 6, 1998 Dennis Wallace ... geometry software dynamic If a Cassinian Oval or Ovals can be any thing from a circle to a peanut shape to two ovals ...http://groups.google.com/g/3317ff0b/t/60c6fe384396b31d/d/d84c0e53ec684bb9

Cassinian Oval
 -  1 post  -  1 author  - Last post:  Jan 6, 1998 Jon Roberts ... geometry pre-college David Arnold wrote: Jon, Check out one of the most fabulous collections on the net at . . . David, Having ...http://groups.google.com/g/7d87fef8/t/999eecfdf1a7d55b/d/575630a20142a729

Cassinian Ovals
 -  7 posts  -  4 authors  - Last post:  Mar 30, 2005 Hello from Ireland, Without knowing either 1) The Cartesian origin 2) Orthogonal Axes or indeed 3) The Foci, is it possible to determine the Cassinian oval that ...http://groups.google.com/g/2757fef6/t/1cf2f51a9d99cdab/d/1e88687a450f2238

Strange Terminology
 -  1 post  -  1 author  - Last post:  Jul 9, 2002 Cassinian oval:= CAS-INOID..." The references to its early use are dated 1888 and 188s, the latter from "MINCHIN, Unipl. Kinemat. 204 Under Cassinoid is ".http://groups.google.com/g/bd77fef6/t/71b3fe982d38ade/d/509f95ad28fde7e0

What is a Lemniscate?
 -  9 posts  -  7 authors  - Last post:  Apr 14, 1999 The other definition I have is that a lemniscate is a cassinian oval with two ... (I have found the definition of a cassinian oval and can picture that (more or less), ...http://groups.google.com/g/0027fefd/t/2030145967a661a0/d/5ddd755c0231ddfb

Is it Possible
 -  1 post  -  1 author  - Last post:  Apr 8, 2002 From diagrams in books by Robert Yates (Geometrical Tools) etc and various webpages, I have in fact been able to draw a split cassinian oval using linkages.http://groups.google.com/g/2757fef6/t/22d3a841862c380f/d/5c8edb1796daea20

Torus sections
 -  3 posts  -  2 authors  - Last post:  Mar 6, 2004 C=R alone produces a section that has a Cassinian oval of constant 2 Rr focal distance product. For R=2r, remote section r of the axis is a lemniscata.http://groups.google.com/g/2757fef6/t/11bf7ad7aed34d29/d/57a7285dd8192e04

On what 'Brains' do, and how and why
 -  34 posts  -  4 authors  - Last post:  Mar 9, 2008 The Leminiscate is a subset in the set of two-proportionalty-constant, "a" and "e", "Cassinian Oval" func- tions [in 'the' Leminiscate, "a" = "e"], which is ...http://groups.google.com/g/a127fefb/t/fda7ab20abcff096/d/e1a310e327d5a89d

Area of an Epitrochoid Problem
 -  13 posts  -  5 authors  - Last post:  Dec 6, 2003 Well, to my eye, the shape looks more like, say, a Cassinian oval, than a epitrochoid. But of course, I'm certainly not saying that it actually _is_ a Cassinian oval, ...http://groups.google.com/g/2757fef6/t/ed29024932bf875f/d/8d611e766d490440

OK then, what's an oval? was: Geometrical term wanted
 -  12 posts  -  8 authors  - Last post:  Apr 11, 2002 ... defining "oval" such that many shapes classically called ovals will suddenly cease to be ovals! Consider the well known Cassinian oval. It need not be convex.http://groups.google.com/g/2757fef6/t/90bde5328865ee75/d/38fdb5ee112be67e

Cassini-like Oval
 -  3 posts  -  2 authors  - Last post:  Oct 4, 2003 ... respectively, then r1 = sqrt((x+c)^2+y^2) and r2 = sqrt((xc)^2+y^2) so for your Cassinian Oval ((x+c)^2+y^2)((xc)^2+y^2) = a^4 If you use polar coordinates (r,t), ...http://groups.google.com/g/2757fef6/t/5dece225a47f877/d/57f046200302c99a

Fileteando el toro
 -  4 posts  -  2 authors  - Last post:  Jan 22, 2009 En el libro "The Penguin Dictionary of Curious and Interesting Geometry" (David Wells, 1991), en la entrada "Cassinian oval or ellipse", se dice entre otras cosas ...http://groups.google.com/g/f447feef/t/95dbe355f5f5fb1a/d/62b633e73fbb87e3

Ovals
 -  1 post  -  1 author  - Last post:  Jan 26, 1999 ... clive.to...@unisys.notthis.bit.com sci math Want a challenge? Prove me wrong in the thread "How to construct a linkage to trace out a cassinian oval". Clive.http://groups.google.com/g/2757fef6/t/f15cdfd7b9a3915d/d/98bfb161efe16f28

 -  2 posts  -  2 authors  - Last post:  Jan 19, 2009 La entrada se titula "Cassinian oval or ¿ellipse?" (las interoogaciones son mías, pero no es a eso a lo que me refería) -- Saludos, Ignacio Larrosa Cañestro A ...http://groups.google.com/g/f447feef/t/9695a873f59add04/d/7451363fbb65a4fc

Sorry I somehow set off this lunatic ("gb")
 -  13 posts  -  6 authors  - Last post:  Dec 14, 2008 In America, a chainsaw is a handheld gas- or electric-powered saw consisting of an immobile race-track-shaped (Cassinian oval a=2?) plate around the ...http://groups.google.com/g/2757fef6/t/3ca8e05fe3b5e931/d/1c0b932f32baf765

Math Forum Discussions - Rectification of a Cassinian Oval
 5 posts  -  3 authors 1), Re: Rectification of a Cassinian Oval Posted: May 30, 2001 8:54 PM, by: Pat Sharkey on our deliberations here? From Ireland - Long life and good health to ...http://mathforum.org/kb/search!execute.jspa?q=pat&forumID=13...10001...

View topic - Lemniscate of Bernoulli • GeoGebra User Forum
 6 posts  -  4 authors  - Last post:  Nov 21, 2007 I like the link to the Cassinian oval: http://xahlee.org/SpecialPlaneCurves_dir/CassinianOval_dir/cassinianOval.html. I can't help seeing it as a ...http://www.geogebra.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=2569

Oval - definition from Biology-Online.org
 5 posts  -  5 authors  - Last post:  Dec 1, 2010 (Science: geometry) Cassinian oval, the locus of a point the product of whose distances from two fixed points is constant; so called from Cassini ...http://www.biology-online.org/dictionary/Oval

Math Forum Discussions - Cassinian Oval
 2 posts  -  2 authors  - Last post:  Jan 5, 1998 At 02:13 PM 1/6/98 +1030, Jon Roberts wrote: >David, >I was intrigued by your Cassinian oval so I had a go at it, using the axes feature ...http://mathforum.org/kb/search!execute.jspa?forumID=128&threadID...q...

Math Forum Discussions - Cassinian Oval
 2 posts  -  2 authors  - Last post:  Jan 10, 1998 If a Cassinian Oval or Ovals can be any thing from a circle to a peanut shape to two ovals then I thing I can help you. I used the fact that ...http://mathforum.org/kb/search!execute.jspa?forumID=131&threadID...q...

Math Forum Discussions - Cassinian Oval
 2 posts  -  2 authors 1), Cassinian Oval as point-locus. Posted: Jan 10, 1998 6:07 AM, by: Bernard Geneves C such that OB^2=OA*OC. Draw circles with radius OA and OC from ...http://mathforum.org/kb/search!execute.jspa?forumID=131&threadID...q...

Math Forum Discussions - Cassinian Oval
 2 posts  -  2 authors 1), Cassinian Oval Posted: Jan 5, 1998 7:32 PM, by: David Arnold Fix two points F1 and F2. How can I best use Geometer's Sketchpad to sketch the locus of ...http://mathforum.org/kb/search!execute.jspa?forumID=131&threadID...q...

• View topic - Newton or Cassini - Ann Coulter Chat
 14 posts  -  10 authors  - Last post:  Jun 26, 2007 How would a straight shooter such as Ann investigate the contention that the rival, those less well known, Cassinian oval geometries are more ...http://chat.anncoulter.com/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?t=46070&p=969172

Cassini-like Oval - Mombu the Science Forum
 3 posts  -  2 authors  - Last post:  Oct 5, 2012 respectively, then r1 = sqrt((x+c)^2+y^2) and r2 = sqrt((x-c)^2+y^2) so for your Cassinian Oval ((x+c)^2+y^2)((x-c)^2+y^2) = a^4. If you use polar ...http://www.mombu.com/science/mathematics/t-cassini-like-oval-13852803.html

VTK • View topic - parabolische coordinaten
 8 posts  -  3 authors  - Last post:  Jun 24, 2005 y = sin(u)/(cosh(v)-cos(u)) cardioid: x = 1/2*(u^2-v^2)/(u^2+v^2)^2 y = u*v/(u^2+v^2)^2 cartesian: x = u y = v cassinian: (Cassinian-oval) ...http://vtk.ugent.be/forum/viewtopic.php?p=227387&sid...

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 6 posts  -  4 authors  - Last post:  Aug 9, 2010 The ideal shape is described as an elliptical cone. In outline it is an asymmetrical ellipse or 'Cassinian oval' and a cross section at any point ...http://www.thepoultrygarden.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?f=42&t=11167...0

[OT] Sorry I somehow set off this lunatic ("gb") - Docendi.org
 18 posts  -  3 authors  - Last post:  Dec 13, 2008 race-track-shaped (Cassinian oval a=2?) plate around the perimeter of which travels a connected set of blade bits, arranged in links ...http://science.niuz.biz/ot-t179109.html

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