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A Self Intersecting Curve (Posted on 2005-12-16) Difficulty: 5 of 5
The curve defined by the relation x^3+y^3=3xy intersects itself at the origin and forms a loop. Find the area enclosed by the loop.

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AnswerK Sengupta2008-03-19 11:06:39
re: Numerical Integration SolutionRichard2005-12-17 13:31:23
Another numerical method as solutionCharlie2005-12-17 11:33:49
Numerical Integration SolutionRichard2005-12-17 02:44:28
Questionre(3): A solution; Not quiteRichard2005-12-16 14:09:55
re(3): A solution; oopsLarry2005-12-16 12:20:10
re(2): A solution; Not quitegoFish2005-12-16 11:59:29
re: A solution; Not quiteLarry2005-12-16 11:41:27
SolutionA solutiongoFish2005-12-16 11:12:50
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