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|ImageIntro=The Cardioid an [[epicycloid]] with one cusp.
 
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|ImageDescElem=The shape is formed by tracing a point on the circumference of a circle of radius a, without slipping, on another stationery circle.
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Revision as of 12:04, 2 June 2009

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Cardioid
CardioidEnvelope 400.gif
Field: Geometry
Image Created By: Wolfram Math World

Cardioid

The Cardioid an epicycloid with one cusp.


Basic Description

The shape is formed by tracing a point on the circumference of a circle of radius a, without slipping, on another stationery circle, as in the image below.

Cardioid 1.gif

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  [[Description::The Cardioid an epicycloid with one cusp.|]]