By Garrett Birkhoff

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2) is of fundamental importance because the left side is an easy calculation, and the right side makes a connection with the geometry. 2 (Cosine Identity) Let d = [d1 d2 d3 ] and e = [e1 e2 e3 ] be non-zero vectors and let be the angle between the two vectors. 4. 2). The following are common notations for the dot product of row or column vectors, respectively, ° ° $ °$° $ $ d k ° e ° cos() or d • e d1 e1 + d2 e2 + d3 e3 = k aW b d1 e1 + d2 e2 + d3 e3 = kak kbk cos()= The cosine identity can be restated as either $ $ d • e ° ° cos() = °$° or $ k d k° e ° cos() = aW b .

M to experiment with dierent wheels, d = 0=5> 1 and 2= 10. m to experiment with a variety of the inputs: (a). Vary the frequencies. (b). Vary the amplitudes. (c). Vary the phase angles. 1. Chapter 2 Vectors in Space Vectors in space are introduced, and the dot, cross and box products are studied. Lines and planes are carefully described as well as extensions to higher dimensional space. Applications to work, torque, inventories and visualizations are included. 1 Vectors and Dot Product A point in space can be located in a number of ways, but here the Cartesian coordinate system will be used.

Use MATLAB to create a graph of the curve given by { = w + 2 and | = 2w2 with 0 w 3= 9. m to experiment with dierent wheels, d = 0=5> 1 and 2= 10. m to experiment with a variety of the inputs: (a). Vary the frequencies. (b). Vary the amplitudes. (c). Vary the phase angles. 1. Chapter 2 Vectors in Space Vectors in space are introduced, and the dot, cross and box products are studied. Lines and planes are carefully described as well as extensions to higher dimensional space. Applications to work, torque, inventories and visualizations are included.