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Newbie Joined: May 2014 From: de Posts: 2 Thanks: 0  Find a ray intersection on a hyperbolic secant curve
Hallo i need some help to fix a hyperbolic math problem. the problem is to find a intersection point of a ray and a hyperbolic secant curve. known is the ray origin and the direction/angle searched is the intersection point on the hyperbolic secant curve, or the length of the ray hitting the curve. the origin of the ray is somewhere on the y axis at the x0 point and the hyperbolic secant curve is on the x axis perpendicular to the ray origin. if the solution is a differential equation, pleas explain the result in basic math too. i have not studied mathematics and what i know i taught me self. pleas explain a solution as close to a programming language or primitive code as possible. thanks very much for any help!! Code: o RayOrigin \  \  \ ? Lenght  \ ....1.... \ ..  .x ...  ... ...........  ....... HypSec/SecH 0 

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