In mathematics, a hyperboloid is a quadric in three dimensions described by the equation (hyperboloid of one sheet or hyperbolic hyperboloid), or (hyperboloid of two sheets or elliptic hyperboloid). Both of these surfaces asymptotically approach the same conical surface as x or y becomes large: If and only if a = b, it is a hyperboloid of revolution, and is also called a circular hyperboloid.

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• In mathematics, a hyperboloid is a quadric in three dimensions described by the equation (hyperboloid of one sheet or hyperbolic hyperboloid), or (hyperboloid of two sheets or elliptic hyperboloid). Both of these surfaces asymptotically approach the same conical surface as x or y becomes large: If and only if a = b, it is a hyperboloid of revolution, and is also called a circular hyperboloid. (en)
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• Elliptic Hyperboloid
• Hyperboloid
• One-sheeted hyperboloid
• Two-sheeted hyperboloid
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• In mathematics, a hyperboloid is a quadric in three dimensions described by the equation (hyperboloid of one sheet or hyperbolic hyperboloid), or (hyperboloid of two sheets or elliptic hyperboloid). Both of these surfaces asymptotically approach the same conical surface as x or y becomes large: If and only if a = b, it is a hyperboloid of revolution, and is also called a circular hyperboloid. (en)
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• Hyperboloid (en)
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