Section 11.2 - Midpoint formula Equation of a 3-D circle...

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Section 11.2 Space Coordinates and Vectors in Space
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Next, we want to extend the ideas of vectors into three dimensions Before we can do that, though, we need to be able to identify points in three-space.
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In this text we use the Right- handed system.
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common formulas that extend easily to 3-D Distance formula
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Unformatted text preview: Midpoint formula Equation of a 3-D circle (AKA a sphere) Definition of Parallel Vectors Two nonzero vectors are parallel if they are scalar multiples of each other. In other words, to get one vector, you can multiply the other by a constant. Alternate form of the dot product...
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2012 for the course MATH 2574 taught by Professor Pamelasatterfield during the Fall '12 term at NorthWest Arkansas Community College.

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Section 11.2 - Midpoint formula Equation of a 3-D circle...

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