A math vase of degree 3 without bottom

This math vase of degree 3 is a classic from school teaching.

Indeed, it is just the graph of the function y=(x+9)*(x-68)*(x-68)*0.0003+10, rotated about the x-axis. Such math models are common examples for computing the area or the volume of a surface of revolution given by rotating a graph about an axis.

To purchase our 3d-printed modern version of this model use the “buy now” link provided below. You will be sent to our online shop at shapeways where you will be able to choose a size and color. Your object will then be 3d-printed just for you and sent to you in really short time where ever you are in the world.

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We also created a version of this vase with bottom which you may actually use to measure the amout of water that fits into it (although the “strong & flexible” material is not really watertight). Some more school math sculptures are listed below:

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