My problem is finding a surface parametrization of the surface x^2-y^2=1, where x>0, -1<=y<=1 and 0<=z<=1.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I know that x and y in x^2-y^2=1, can be represented as cosh(u) and sinh(u), but I'm not sure what to do for the z part. Any quick help?

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# Homework Help: Surface parametrization

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