Vector Along the Bisector of Given Two Vectors (1)

Vector Along the Bisector of Given Two Vectors

Vector Along the Bisector of Given Two Vectors We know that the diagonal in a parallelogram is not necessarily the bisector of the angle formed by two adjacent sides. However, the diagonal in a rhombus bisects the angle between the two adjacent sides. Consider vectors and forming a parallelogram ABCD as shown in figure. Consider Read more about Vector Along the Bisector of Given Two Vectors[…]

Volume of Tetrahedron (1)

Volume of Tetrahedron

Volume of Tetrahedron Tetrahedron is a pyramid having a triangular base. Therefore, Volume = ⅓ [(Height) x (Area of base)] , , Now h is projection of  on vector which is normal to the plane. Vector normal to the plane ABC is . Therefore, , , Volume , . Share Tweet View Email Print Follow