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Topic: How to correct for non-standard curvature?
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rg0now

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[SOLVED]: How to correct for non-standard curvature?
Posted: Aug 31, 2010 3:12 PM
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For the archive: if the curvature is '-k', then the circumference is:

c(r) = 2 * PI / sqrt(-k) * sinh( sqrt(-k) * r)

and the area is:

a(r) = 2 * PI / (-k) * (cosh(sqrt(-k) * r) - 1)

Besides, I am still curious what the answer to the second question could be.

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Gabor



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