Let be three vectors in which satisfy the relations 1) Show that are a set of mutually orthogonal vectors 2) Show that are of equal length and that if , then is a unit vector.
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Originally Posted by acevipa Let be three vectors in which satisfy the relations 1) Show that are a set of mutually orthogonal vectors 2) Show that are of equal length and that if , then is a unit vector. This is pretty straight forward isn't it? is, by definition of "cross product", orthogonal to both and and is orthogonal to a. Further, since is orthogonal to , so that .
Last edited by Isomorphism; June 1st 2010 at 04:07 AM. Reason: Iso:Changed cos to sin to avoid confusion
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