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Topic: Hyperbolas in Nature
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John Conway

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Re: Hyperbolas in nature
Posted: May 3, 1996 10:59 AM
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On Fri, 3 May 1996 CALCCOCH@aol.com wrote:

> If you're using the CBL, you can generate an hyperpola if you use the
> pressure sensor to investigate Boyle's Law....PV=constant. Good luck.
>



This was actually the first of those "physical applications"
that occurred to me as I wrote the last paragraph of my long
message on this subject!

John Conway







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