Graph of Kampyle of Eudoxus The Kampyle of Eudoxus (Greek: καμπύλη [γραμμή], meaning simply "curved [line], curve") is a curve, with a Cartesian equation of or, in polar coordinates, This quartic curve was studied by the Greek astronomer and mathematician Eudoxus of Cnidus (c. 408 BC – c.347 BC) in relation to the classical problem of doubling the cube. See also * List of curves References * Eric W. Weisstein, Kampyle of Eudoxus at MathWorld. Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/" 
