Find a unit normal vector to the surface x+2y+3z at the point (3,0,1) How do you normalize the gradient vector?
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Originally Posted by JJ007 Find a unit normal vector to the surface x+2y+3z at the point (3,0,1) How do you normalize the gradient vector? To normalize ANY vector divide it by its magnitude So the normal vector is Then the unit normal is
Originally Posted by TheEmptySet To normalize ANY vector divide it by its magnitude So the normal vector is Then the unit normal is but what about at point (3,0,1)?
Originally Posted by JJ007 but what about at point (3,0,1)? Find a unit normal vector to the surface x+2y+3z at the point (3,0,1) If I understand this correctly you have an equation of a plane If that is correct planes have the same gradient at every point.
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