Mind the Lab Experiment: Brachistochrone Curve
The problem of the brachistochrone curve was posed by Johann Bernoulli in 1696. In physics and mathematics, a brachistochrone curve is the fastest possible path a ball can take when falling between two points.
The public is required to find the shortest path.
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