Definition of Terms, Continued
Circles are also used to construct curves.
The Spiral of Archimedes is a
curve that forms at a fixed point in the center of the circle and rotates
through geometrically determined points or locus. As the locus uniformly
increase or decrease their distance from the center, the spiral emerges.
Figure 2-8 shows a Spiral of Archimedes.
Figure 2-8.The Spiral of Archimedes.
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