Identify the surface with the given vector equation.r(s,t)=(s,t,t^2-s^2)eliptic cylindercircular paraboloidhyperbolic paraboloidplanecircular cylinder

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Identify the surface with the given vector equation. \(r(s,t)=\)\((s,t,t^2-s^2)\)
eliptic cylinder
circular paraboloid
hyperbolic paraboloid
plane
circular cylinder

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