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- κ1,κ2,...,κn-1 is constant

What do we know of a curve(/what can it look like) in R^n if we know that κ1,κ2,...,κn-1 is constant?

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If you don't tell us what the ##\kappa##s are, not a lot.

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constant curvatures."

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Indeed. @diffgeo4life - a little bit of Googling will get you at least part way there even if your textbook isn't helpful.your work/thoughts so far.

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Sorry then, I guess then i will try posting in the Homework- Calculus and beyond forum, that looks most appropriate

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