A year ago I learned in multi-var calc about curvature, and since then I've wondered something. It came up again today when my dad tried to talk to me about curvature like it was the second derivative. :P(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Is there a way, or at least any attempt or resource at all, about parameterizing a function (2d or 3d) with curvature as the parameter? I've tried but can't derive anything...

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# Functions with curvature as parameter

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