Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of hyperbola.

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Examples

  • Your parabolic bottom lip, the paint stroke hyperbolas that are your eyebrows—your face stays with me always.

    Strep

  • Rendered with the auric exuberance of Klimt and the bold angularity of Schiele, through complicated parabolas and hyperbolas, one wonders if NASA astronomers and computer scientists aren't attempting to formulate an official visual style.

    Titanic Lakes

  • In this case, we look at all possible hyperbolas in turn, measure the distance to the line of every point on the graph, then add up the sum of the squared distances over all points.

    THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH

  • Do the same for all hyperbolas, and then choose the hyperbola that minimizes that sum.

    THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH

  • In this case, we look at all possible hyperbolas in turn, measure the distance to the line of every point on the graph, then add up the sum of the squared distances over all points.

    THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH

  • Do the same for all hyperbolas, and then choose the hyperbola that minimizes that sum.

    THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH

  • FAR OUT parabolas and hyperbolas and the exponential or whatever, is hard enough without crap teaching.

    blu94anjel Diary Entry

  • Rendered with the auric exuberance of Klimt and the bold angularity of Schiele, through complicated parabolas and hyperbolas, one wonders if NASA astronomers and computer scientists aren't attempting to formulate an official visual style.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • He had a lesson plan to follow, and the hour had come to draw hyperbolas.

    High School Confidential

  • “Then, no more hyperbolas, no more parabolas, no more open curves to fear?”

    Round the Moon

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