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## ellipse

(i-lips′) [L. ellipsis, fr Gr. elleipsis, a falling short]
In geometry, an oval or egg-shaped figure. In surgery, incisions of such shape are commonly made to remove lesions from the skin.
elliptic (-lip′tik), adjectiveelliptical (′ti-kăl) elliptically (′ti-k(ă-)lē)
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It follows that in each group above, [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is a regular elliptic element with infinite order.
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Besides the Legendre form, the elliptic integrals may also be expressed in Carlson symmetric form.
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It would achieve one type of frequency response only, which is either elliptic function or Chebyshev's.

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