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Tag Archives: vector product of unit vectors
cross or vector product of unit vectors
Last time I have written about the dot product of unit vectors that is: i.i=1 j.j=1 k.k=1 i.j=j.k=k.i=0 Today I will discuss about the cross product of unit vectors: i x j = k j x k=i k x i … Continue reading
Coordinate systems
Coordinate system is used to represent any point, say P(x, y, z ) in space. There are many methods by which this can be done, but there are three simple methods, which we will discuss in this article. Types of … Continue reading
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