You will need Chapters 8 & 9 (on series and parametric equations) from your Cal I & II textbook: if you've gotten rid of that book, make sure you buy the Cal III book (which has them).

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A novel dealing with the question of whether the fourth dimension can exist, and how we might seek to perceive it (based on the analogy of a 2D being trying to imagine a 3D world). Lots of fun, even if it was written long ago.

[The original site for this novel was here.]

Some Notes on
the Fourth Dimension [Another helpful page in visualizing 4D]

[This Union College teacher's
Home
Page has a lot of good stuff on it. Including tips for studying, mathematical
art, movies for maths (including one on hyperboloids, as well as the 4D stuff),
geometry and web math projects, and advice for life.]