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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 paraboloid:

/pɛɹɑbəlojd/

noun

plural: paraboloids

Noun

1

a surface having parabolic sections parallel to a single coordinate axis and elliptic sections perpendicular to that axis

Type ofplane figure, two-dimensional figure,

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- Hyperbolic paraboloid well we will see the examples of these surfaces in the next slide
- terms and z is fi square hyperbolic paraboloid are very interesting properties.
- Elliptical paraboloid also as given here and then we have the hyperboloid in general given
- Elliptical paraboloid is very interesting. The elliptical paraboloid looks like a bowl.
- hyperbolic paraboloid. Hyperbolic paraboloid's sketch is given here.
- cylinder, elliptical paraboloid and hyperbolic paraboloid as well.
- is this paraboloid pointing downwards.
- paraboloid and the xy plane over the square of side one in the xy
- paraboloid, but also the negative of some
- between the paraboloid and the xy plane,
- my paraboloid hits the xy plane. So, let me draw another picture.
- let's say that I'm going to choose a piece of paraboloid z
- way we will compute the flux of curl F through our paraboloid.
- That is just going to be, if you look at this paraboloid
- this paraboloid in this example. I mean it would be much easier
- well, that's also a paraboloid. But, this one is pointing down,
- So, it has a curvy top which is this downward paraboloid,
- a curvy bottom which is the other paraboloid.
- Hm, maybe paraboloid, I think, paraboloid comes in.