Hyperboloid of one sheet ruled surfaces

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Various Ways of Representing Surfaces and Examples Figure 1.3. A torus and a handle. Another familiar example of a surface is a torus—just as the sphere is the surface of a idealised ball, the torus is the surface of an idealised doughnut (or perhaps a bagel, depending on what sort of diet one is on). Like our first three examples, it is a ... Hyperboloid of One Sheet. The hyperboloid Of One Sheet is a surface of revolution of the curve family hyperbola. The parametric formula for the Hyperboloid of One Sheet is: ParametricPlot3D[{Cosh[u]*Cos[v], Cosh[u]*Sin[v], Sinh[u]}, {u, -2, 2}, {v, 0, 2*π}] (* u → height, v → circular sweep. *) hyperboloid1.nb.zip. Ruled Surface

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Place the first sheet over the mortar bed. The rough or embossed surface of the sheet should face up, as applicable. Gap the sheet 1/4 inch at all surrounding walls. Fasten the sheet with cement board screws, using a drill-driver, making sure the screws are flush with the surface of the sheet or are slightly recessed.