Cubic Curves

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The curve was studied by Fermat, Guido Grandi in 1701, and by Maria Agnesi in 1748.
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The cissoid of Diocles is an unbounded plane curve with a single cusp, which is symmetric about the line of tangency of the cusp, and whose pair of sy...
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The semicubical parabola is defined to be the evolute of a parabola.
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It was first described by the German painter and mathematician Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528) which he called Ein muschellini.
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The Trisectrix of Maclaurin is the pedal of the parabola with respect to a point that is the focus of the parabola reflected over the parabola's direc...
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Tschirnhausen's cubic is the locus of the equations shown below.
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The Right strophoid is the strophoid of a line with the fixed point located at the foot of the perpendicular from the pole to the line.
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The Oblique strophoid is the strophoid of a line with the fixed point located on the line but not at the foot of the perpendicular from the pole to th...
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The Folium of Descartes is the locus of the equations shown below.
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Newton's parabola is the locus of the equation shown below.
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The Maltese cross curve is the locus of the equations shown below.
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A Mordell curve is any curve in the form shown below.
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The Ochoa curve curve is the cubic curve that is the locus of the equation below.
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