- hyperbola (n.)
- 1660s, from Latinized form of Greek hyperbole "extravagance," literally "a throwing beyond" (see hyperbole). Perhaps so called because the inclination of the plane to the base of the cone exceeds that of the side of the cone.
- 1. A hyperbola approaches but does not meet its asymptote.
- 2. The relation between the chlorinity and porosity may be approximated by a hyperbola.
- 3. The method uses small random samples and the limits of a hyperbola.
- 4. Another is to intenerate the input vectors by hyperbola tangent function.
- 5. Construct hyperbola and the ellipse by taking the inversion.
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