Search results for "horizon"

## Center of mass for a hemisphere and weight

Added Dec 6, 2020 in Engineering

Disclaimer: this might be totally wrong. For a given hemisphere rigidly attached to a cup return to vertical from horizontal. >--D is it tipped over v | ◡ (does it come back up?)

## Perímetro triángulo tijeral horizontal

Added Jul 27, 2017 by auf in Engineering

galpon

## Surface of revolution

Added Feb 28, 2017 by WillWebber in Mathematics

This generates a surface of revolution between two chosen x values around the stated axis. For some reason it does not like horizontal axes other than the x-axis.

## Size of a black hole frm event horizon radius

Added Sep 25, 2016 by Proud_Death_Entertainment in Astronomy

Copy-cat widget for press

## black hole size per solar mass

Added May 27, 2016 by Chiefy in Astronomy

Returns black hole event horizon radius by mass.

## Vertical and Horizontal Asymptotes

Find the vertical and horizontal asymptotes for rational functions.

## Parabola Horizontal

Added Nov 19, 2015 by MarcoTec087 in Mathematics

Proyecto Tercer Parcial

## Parabola Horizontal

Added Nov 20, 2015 by Aldidiurits in Mathematics

Paloma Avelar Treviño A01632053 Aldo Rubén Aguirre Covarrubias A01229515 Erika Nayeli Gutiérrez Molina A01229492 Esteban Gonzalez Solache A01632074

## Hipérbola

Added Nov 17, 2015 by Andres2899 in Mathematics

Este widget te ayuda a realizar una hipérbola, ya sea horizontal o vertical.

## Volume of Revolution

Added Oct 25, 2015 by JohnStenger in Mathematics

revolve a region between two curves about a horizontal line

## G12.I.1 M/{d[M,TCD]+d[M,TCN]}min (bt27)

Added Aug 18, 2015 by coth123 in Mathematics

Tìm điểm M trên đường cong (C){d[M,TCD]+d[M,TCN]} đạt min (bt27). To find the point M on the curve (C) {d[M,TCD]+d[M,TCN]} min .TCD : vertical asymptote ; TCN : horizontal asymptote cohtran MMPC-VN

## G12.I.1 TIM M : (C) d[M,TCD]=kd[M,TCN] (bt25)

Added Aug 17, 2015 by coth123 in Mathematics

Tìm điểm M trên đường cong (C) sao cho d[M,TCD]=kd[M,TCN] (bt25). To find the point M on the curve (C) y=f(x) : d[M,TCD]=kd[M,TCN]. TCD : vertical asymptote ; TCN : horizontal asymptote cohtran MMPC-VN