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yes, it is. Think about it for a while and then make up an algo. It isn''t that hard at all.

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The paremetrix equations for a torus are as follows:


x = (c + a cos(v))cos(u)
y = (c + a cos(v))sin(u)
z = a sin(v)

u, v randge from 0 to 2Pi



if c > a, the equations produce a standard ring torus/

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