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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of hyperbolas

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of hyperbolas:

Derived Form of hyperbolas

root word: hyperbola
plural: hyperbolas
root word: hyperbola
Noun: hyperbola
an open curve formed by a plane that cuts the base of a right circular cone
Type ofconic section*, conics,
See alsohyperbolic,

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  1. And of course parabolas and hyperbolas and ellipses
  2. forevermore okay that might be a bit too hyperbolas
  3. geometry is that of hyperbolas.
  4. between circles and hyperbolas in terms of complex numbers.
  5. Model 1 gives curves that are hyperbolas and the second gives parallel straight lines.
  6. and then you get again hyperbolas and straight lines, as the only possible curves that satisfies
  7. I always have trouble drawing these hyperbolas.
  8. you other hyperbolas in a minute.
  9. Hyperbolas, well they look like that, and they approach
  10. These simple mathematical curiosities like hyperbolas
  11. hyperbolas and parabolas. Towards the end of our last class we then moved into parametric
  12. by the hyperbolas, x y equal to 1, x y equal to 2. And the curves x y square equal to 3
  13. over S, d x, d y. Now, you can see, that given the conditions of these hyperbolas and
  14. hyperbolas are given by x y equal to 1 to x y
  15. So what would they look like? What would they look like? They would look like hyperbolas,
  16. You know x squared minus y squared equal to constant hyperbolas, family of hyperbolas
  17. not have any close trajectories. No periodic motion, it consists of hyperbolas, but you
  18. of hyperbolas and of course you have one set of hyperbolas for E less than 0. And another
  19. are hyperbolas, and these hyperbolas will approach
  20. of course they are not hyperbolas, the reason they not hyperbolas is because, x increases