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how to combine multiple equations?
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Hi.
Suppose you have two equations for two ellipses and you want to combine them, how would you do this?
For instance, when you try to approximate the shape of an egg with two ellipses, you want to combine the upper half of one ellipse and the lower half of the other ellipse.
https://i.imgur.com/rk0iTSt.png
Greetings and thanks in advance for any suggestions, Niek
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* Intersect them
* use Arc( <Ellipse>, <Point>, <Point> )
* put them in a list
(& post your .ggb file)
in not derivable way using arc of conic
* Intersect them
* use Arc( <Ellipse>, <Point>, <Point> )
* put them in a list
(& post your .ggb file)
Perhaps you want use a parametric spline
https://www.geogebra.org/m/z8jpdcpr
Or Bézier curves
https://www.geogebra.org/m/sX7dmW6F
Playing with Locus instead of equations..
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