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... hypersurfaces in a V1 . From ( 14.7 ) it follows that the condition that there exist in a Vn n families of hypersurfaces fi const . ( i = 1 , ... , n ) such that every two hypersurfaces fi const . , fj const . for i , j = 1 , ... , n ...

... hypersurface . Many properties of hypersurfaces in a space of constant curvature depend on this simple form of the equation . It is the purpose of this note to investigate some of the properties of hypersurfaces in a more general space ...

... hypersurface form a normal congruence , i.e. , admit of normal hypersurfaces ; these hypersurfaces are hypersurfaces of equal action.3 3 This property is characteristic of the trajectories in a reversible field , for we may also state ...

... hypersurfaces represented by columns 1 , 2 , 3 ; 1 , 2 , 4 ; and 1 , 2 , 5 intersect in a cubic surface and a curve . The other seven cubic hypersurfaces represented by this matrix will not pass through the cubic surface but will pass ...

... hypersurfaces: hypersurfaces which belong to a quadruply orthogonal system of hypersurfaces, [5], [25] and [26] and some special hypersurfaces of revolution. In this case the principal foliations of a hypersurface are obtained ...

... hypersurfaces g1 g2 = nih and gi ( n + 1 ) h = = nah and ge = ( n + 1 ) h ( 21 ) we shall denote by the cell ( nın2n3 ) . How these hyper- surfaces are to be found will depend upon the dynamical properties of the system and will be ...