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Latest Geometry Notes
Dimension of a Fractal
The Minimax Strategy
Proof that each gradient vector grad u_i is Parallel to the of Tangent Vector the Corresponding Coordinate Curve
Conditions for A Transformation of Coordinates to Be Well Defined
Proof That the Spherical Coordinate System is Orthonormal
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Area of a Surface Formed by Mutually Perpendicular Surfaces
Conditions for A Transformation of Coordinates to Be Well Defined
Curvilinear Coordinates
Dimension of a Fractal
Eliminating the xy Term in Conic Sections
Number of Possible Routes From Vertex to Opposite Vertex of n Dimensional Cube
Parametric Equations of a Torus
Proof that each gradient vector grad u_i is Parallel to the of Tangent Vector the Corresponding Coordinate Curve
Proof That the Cylindrical Coordinate System is Orthonormal
Proof That the Spherical Coordinate System is Orthonormal
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