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"Curves" are derived from the word "curvy." For example, have you ever seen a Betty Boop cartoon, and her figure/body is really "curvy"? Kind of like the number 8? (i.e., rounded at the chest and hips, yet a very tiny waist). Of course, no real female looks like a cartoon, but you get the idea.

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a curve is a line defined by a formula which includes a variable whose exponent is greater than 1 a classic example is the parabola (f(x)=x^2), but there are a multitide of variants such as the hyperbola and the cissoid. This site might help you out with your problem link removed

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