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  1. Primary

    ... of Science. Please contact us for feedback and comments about this page. Last update on 2 ... FunMaths Roadshow materials. For more information please contact:  Please ... designed to encourage, inspire and engage young people in the art and practice of mathematics. The highly interactive sessions ...

    cottonbarrat - 2017-09-29 14:30

  2. Undergraduate Courses - Information for Current Students

    ... on projects. Please contact us for feedback and comments about this page. Last update on 20 ... About Us Study Here Research People Events Members Forthcoming Events ...

    loweh - 2014-11-13 15:03

  3. Years 7-8

    ... paper. Please contact us for feedback and comments about this page. Last update on 10 ... designed to encourage, inspire and engage young people in the art and practice of mathematics. The highly interactive sessions ...

    cottonbarrat - 2017-09-29 12:18

  4. Unduloid

    Model II 3a represents the "unduloid" (also referred to as an "onduloid"). This is a surface of revolution, with constant non-zero mean curvature. An "elliptic catenary" is rotated to generate the unduloid - recall the explanation in ...

    barkera - 2015-09-12 16:53

  5. Hyperboloids

    Models III 5 and III 7 are one-sheet hyperboloids, with III 5 showing intersections with coordinate planes (the $x=0$, $y=0$, $z=0$ planes), and III 7 displaying lines of curvature . Models III 8 and III 9 are two-sheet hyperboloids, with...

    barkera - 2015-09-09 18:10

  6. Elliptic Paraboloids

    Models III 10, 11, 12 are elliptic paraboloids. Model III 11 shows the intersection of the surface with horizontal planes, which are ellipses. ...

    barkera - 2015-09-03 18:27

  7. Ruled Cubics

    Models of Ruled Cubics ...

    barkera - 2015-09-09 18:50

  8. Bookstall

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    schrab - 2017-12-11 09:02

  9. Cones

    Cones ...

    barkera - 2015-09-03 18:21

  10. Hyperbolic Paraboloids

    Hyperbolic paraboloids are the canonical example of a surface with a " saddle point " - a stationary point which is neither a maximum nor a minimum. At such points on surfaces, the  Gaussian curvature  is negative. Hyperbolic paraboloids...

    barkera - 2015-09-09 18:06

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