

The curve was studied by Fermat, Guido Grandi in 1701, and by Maria Agnesi in 1748.



The cissoid of Diocles is an unbounded plane curve with a single cusp, which is symmetric about the line of tangency of the cusp, and whose pair of sy...



The semicubical parabola is defined to be the evolute of a parabola.



It was first described by the German painter and mathematician Albrecht Dürer (1471–1528) which he called Ein muschellini.



The Trisectrix of Maclaurin is the pedal of the parabola with respect to a point that is the focus of the parabola reflected over the parabola's direc...



Tschirnhausen's cubic is the locus of the equations shown below.



The Right strophoid is the strophoid of a line with the fixed point located at the foot of the perpendicular from the pole to the line.



The Oblique strophoid is the strophoid of a line with the fixed point located on the line but not at the foot of the perpendicular from the pole to th...



The Folium of Descartes is the locus of the equations shown below.



Newton's parabola is the locus of the equation shown below.



The Maltese cross curve is the locus of the equations shown below.



A Mordell curve is any curve in the form shown below.



The Ochoa curve curve is the cubic curve that is the locus of the equation below.



