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What basis and coordinate system is used in this quadratic Bézier triangle equation? $[x,y,z] = A*s^2 + B*t^2 + C*u^2 + D*2st + E*2tu + F*2su$

I have the following equation for a quadratic Bézier triangle, but I'm having a lot of trouble understanding how to describe it: $[x,y,z] = A*s^2 + B*t^2 + C*u^2 + D*2st + E*2tu + F*2su$ ...
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X-axis coordinates of outer control points (only) for a Quadratic Bézier curve through 3 points

I am interested in the distance between the 2 outer (left & right: P0 & P2) control-points of a quadratic Bézier curve that goes through 3 data points. The curve's non-equidistant control ...
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algorithm for Bezier curve with eleven control points

I would like to know the algorithm/ polynomial equation for a Bezier curve with eleven control points. Thanks in advance.
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Convert segment of parabola to quadratic bezier curve

How do I convert a segment of parabola to a cubic Bezier curve? The parabola segment is given as a polynomial with two x values for the edges. My target is to convert a quadratic piecewise ...
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Polynomial approximation of circle or ellipse

Trying again, with a somewhat simpler sounding question, since my previous one (Generalizations of equi-oscillation criterion) got zero response: Let $F:[0,1] \to R^2$ be a parametric polynomial ...
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Turning real roots into curves (for visualisation)

One can obviously map a set of real numbers $x_1, x_2, \ldots x_N$ to a curve in 2-D via $y=(x-x_1)(x-x_2)\ldots(x-x_N)$. Thinking about data visualisation, one can portray a set of $N$ observations ...
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Parabola attributes - custom curve?

UPDATE: I feel like my original question was too vague and didn't provide enough information (as others have mentioned). So I'm going to restate it. Purpose: I want to find an equation in order to ...
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bézier to f(x) polynomial function

I've got a 2D quadratic Bézier curve which, by construction, is a f(x) function : no loops, a single solution for each defined x. Is there a common mean to convert this curve to a 3rd degree ...