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Consider a cycloid traced by a point $P$ on the circumference of a circle.

An arc of the cycloid is defined as being a part of the cycloid traced out by $P$ between the points where it meets the straight line.

Also known as

Some sources refer to the arc of a cycloid as an arch, while others call it a hump.

Also see

  • Results about cycloids can be found here.