
Definition of Hyperboloid
1. Noun. A quadric surface generated by rotating a hyperbola around its main axis.
Definition of Hyperboloid
1. n. A surface of the second order, which is cut by certain planes in hyperbolas; also, the solid, bounded in part by such a surface.
2. a. Having some property that belongs to an hyperboloid or hyperbola.
Definition of Hyperboloid
1. Noun. A particular surface in threedimensional Euclidean space, the graph of a quadratic with all three variables squared and their coefficients not all of the same sign. ¹
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Literary usage of Hyperboloid
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1. A Treatise on the Analytic Geometry of Three Dimensions by George Salmon (1882)
"Conversely, any hexagon whose sides lie in a hyperboloid is a ... This hexagon
V inscribed in U determines uniquely a hyperboloid on which it lies. ..."
2. An Elementary Treatise on Solid Geometry: By Charles Smith by Charles Smith (1884)
"These lines are clearly real when the surface is an hyperboloid of one sheet,
and imaginary when ... Hence the hyperboloid of one sheet is a ruled surface. ..."
3. The Mechanic's Assistant: A Thorough Practical Treatise on Mensuration and by D. M. Knapen (1849)
"hyperboloid. An hyperboloid is a solid generated by the revolution of an hyperbola
... A frustum of an hyperboloid is a portion of it contained between two ..."
4. The Elements of Descriptive Geometry: Shadows and Perspective. With a Brief by Samuel Edward Warren (1877)
"Construct a tangent plane to a warped hyperboloid, and parallel to a given ...
To find the intersection of a plane and warped hyperboloid of revolution, ..."
5. New Analytic Geometry by Percey Franklyn Smith, Arthur Sullivan Gale (1912)
"The equation of the curve in which a plane parallel to the A"Tplane, z = k,
intersects the hyperboloid is The locus of this equation is an ellipse. ..."
6. An Elementary Course in Analytic Geometry by John Henry Tanner, Joseph Allen (1898)
"+ Byz — Cz2 — K=Q represents an unparted hyperboloid. ... The biparted hyperboloid:
equation ^i~^ From the equation a?2 y2 3 _ ..."