orthogonal curves

Two (or more) intersecting curves that are vertical at their intersection are above-mentioned to be orthogonal.


How do you know if two curves are orthogonal?

Two curves are above-mentioned to be orthogonal if their tangent lines are vertical at [see ail] fix of intersection. Two families of curves are above-mentioned to be orthogonal if [see ail] incurve in one family is orthogonal to [see ail] incurve in the fuse family.


How do you draw orthogonal curves?


Orthogonal Families of Curves – 1


Finding Orthogonal Trajectories


Differential Equations: Orthogonal Trajectories: Example 1


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