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I'm trying to get an idea of what this is in my head but I do not have mathematica handy.

f:R1 to R3

|f(t)|=1

and f'(t)f(t)=0

should I just imagine these as being two tangent vectors.

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I'm trying to get an idea of what this is in my head but I do not have mathematica handy.

f:R1 to R3

|f(t)|=1

and f'(t)f(t)=0

should I just imagine these as being two tangent vectors.

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Me thinks sphere.

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Yous thinks right.

Well, circle I think, actually.

Well, circle I think, actually.

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The sphere is the right idea. Note that the curve does not need to be a circle.

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