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How many rational parametric cubic curves are there? I. Inflection points

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In his never-ending quest to build intuition about the relationship between algebra and geometry, the author turns his attention to cubic curves. The basic question is this: what sorts of shapes can a given symbolic expression generate? The ultimate goal is to transform an arbitrary parametric cubic curve both geometrically and parametrically to match one of a set of canonical simple algebraic forms

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Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 4 )