$9$. Consider the parametric curve $K\subset R^3$ given by $$x = (2 + \cos(2s)) \cos(3s)$$ $$y = (2 + \cos(2s)) \sin(3s)$$ $$z = \sin(2s)$$ a) Express the equations of K as polynomial ...
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How did ancient astronomers predict planetary conjunctions? I know they used a system of epicycles to represent the path of planets, but finding the point and time of alignment of two planets still ...