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A Brachistochrone curve is the fastest path for a ball to roll between two points that are at different heights. A ball can roll along the curve faster than a straight line between the points.
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- The straight line, the catenary, the brachistochrone, the circle, and Fermat Unified approach to some geodesics (from 2014)