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ParametricPlot3D[ {(1 + Cos[v]) Cos[u] + 0.085 Cos[5 u] + (0.994 v/[Pi])^100, (1 + Cos[v]) Sin[u], 6 Sin[v] + 2 Cos[v] - 0.7 Log[1 - v/[Pi]]}, {u, -[Pi], Pi}, {v, -[Pi], Pi}, Mesh -> False, BoxRatios -> 1, PlotStyle -> {Green, Specularity[Yellow, 10]}, ImageSize -> 350]

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Apr
8
asked How can we translate this sentence into chinese?
Aug
19
awarded  Teacher
Aug
11
comment Learning Traditional first with the goal of learning both
@dda Would you like to tell me where you get this information?Then I can correct my answer,thanks.
Aug
9
answered Learning Traditional first with the goal of learning both
Apr
28
comment What shoud I use to say “I love you”: “wa ai lo” or “wo ai ni”?
@Alenanno Thanks for your reminder first.Generally speaking,there are seven dialects in Chinese language,includes Mandarin,Wu,Yue,Min,Xiang,Hakka and Gan,you can find all the information here.The difference of pronunciation between dialects is particularly large,one can not know them all.For this example "wa ai lo",yes it is "我愛儂", "儂" should be pronounced as "nong" in Mandarin,which have a different pronunciation in other dialects.Feel free to post what you want to say.
Apr
27
answered What shoud I use to say “I love you”: “wa ai lo” or “wo ai ni”?