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In need of formula: Gravity at Specific Coordinates [on hold]

Doing Research on the gravitational pull at a specific set of coordinates. Does anyone know how to solve this mathematically? Please Help. Thanks
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How do points change in a curved surface?

In the middle picture it shows a row of sticks at certain points along a flat surface. Now in the outer left picture (never-mind the outer right one), when the surface becomes curved the points ...
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Converting from set of Cartesian equations to Polar Equation

Is it possible to convert the set of Cartesian equations: $$x(t) = (20-30)*\cos(2t)+45*\cos(2t*(20-30)/20))$$ $$y(t) = (20-30)*\sin(2t)+45*\sin(2t*(20-30)/20))$$ where $$t \in [0,2\pi)$$ Into a ...
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Possible path of a fixed length formula

I am looking for a formula that gives me all possible combinations of getting from point A(ax,ay) to point B(bx,by) using a ...
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Is it possible to find function that contains every given point?

Let say we have a arbitrary number of given points and there is at least one function, for which every point lies on its graph. Is it possible to find that function using only X and Y coordinates of ...
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Stochastically sampling a range of UV's

Math newbie here. I am having some difficulties figuring out how to stochastically sample a range of UV points. example: [ (u,v) | v <- [5..-5], u <- [-7..7] ] I would need to make sure this ...
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What are $a$ and $b$?

The growth rate of the function $$f(x) = b a ^ x$$ is $17\%$, and $f(0) = 24$ What I am trying to figure out is how to find out what $a$ and $b$ in this equation are?
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Produce function of curve, given some coordinates

I tried asking something similar to this before, but I guess I didn't explain it very well. Hopefully this will be more clear. I need to get an equation which describes a curve with certain points. ...
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How to find the equation of a graph with given coordinates? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Writing a function $f$ when $x$ and $f(x)$ are known If I am given 9 co-ordinates of a random graph say for e.g ...