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A Superior Trochoid is the path or Locus of a point which lies on the outside of a circle when it

rotates along a straight line without slipping.

Below is a discription of how to construct a Superior Trochoid for a point P outside a circle as

it rotates along a straight line without slipping.

Procede for the first two steps as you would for a Cycloid.

We now need to create the height lines for the Superior Trochoid, and this is where things are a

little different from the construction of a Cycloid.

Draw a circle that runs through the point P. We get our height lines from where the extended

division lines of the circle cut this new circle.

You can continue by setting your compass to the radius of the new circle, placing the point of the

compass on C1 and cutting height line 1. Continue on as with the Cycloid.

You can construct a Tangent and a Normal to any point on the Superior Trochoid by using this

method.

Pick a point.

With the radius of the circle which passes through point P on your compass mark on the centre

line of the rotating circle.

Draw a line from the top of the circle to the point and you will have the Tangent.

Draw a line from the bottom of the circle to the point and you will have the Normal.

How to find the Centre of Curvature to a point on a Superior Trochoid

You can find the Centre of Curvature to any point on the Superior Trochoid by using this

method.

Pick a point.

With the radius of the circle which passes through the point P on your compass mark on the

centre line of the rotating circle.

Draw a line from the bottom of the circle to the point which will give you the Normal. Continue

this line below the drawing.

Draw a line from the point, through the centre of the circle until it intersects the other side of the

circle.

Draw a line straight down until it intersects the Normal. Where this intersection occurs is the

Centre of Curvature for the point.

This problem is known as "Squaring a Rectangle". There are easy mathematical ways to solve

the challenge, but the geometric proof this question asks, using only a compass and straightedge,

is elegant.

1. Start with rectangle ABCD.

2. Extend side AB.

3. Draw an arc centered at B with radius BC. Let E be the intersection of the arc and ray

AB.

4. Construct the midpoint M of segment AE.

5. Construct a circle centered at M with radius MA.

6. Extend side CB.

7. Let F be the point where the circle and ray CB intersect.

8. Then BF is the side of the desired square. Complete by constructing a square with side

BF.

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