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asp.net barcode reader free What are the three standard unit vectors (SUVs) in Cartesian xyz space in Visual Studio .NET
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Question 91 How do we determine the cylindrical coordinates of a point in threespace
Answer 91 We paste a polar plane onto a Cartesian xy plane, creating a reference plane The positive Cartesian x axis is the reference axis To determine the cylindrical coordinates of a point P, we first locate its projection point, P on the reference plane: Part One
The direction angle q is expressed counterclockwise from the reference axis to the ray that goes out from the origin through P The radius r is the distance from the origin to P The height h is the vertical displacement (positive, negative, or zero) from P to P The basic scheme is shown in Fig 107 We express the cylindrical coordinates of our point of interest as an ordered triple: P = (q,r,h) Question 92 Can we have nonstandard direction angles in cylindrical coordinates Can we have negative radii Are there any restrictions on the values of the height coordinate Answer 92 Theoretically, we can have a nonstandard direction angle But if we come across that situation, it s best to add or subtract whatever multiple of 2p will bring the direction angle into the preferred range 0 q < 2p If q 2p, it represents at least one complete counterclockwise rotation from the reference axis If q < 0, it represents clockwise rotation from the reference axis We can have a negative radius in theoretical terms However, if we come across that sort of situation, it s best to reverse the direction angle and then consider the radius positive If r < 0, we can take the absolute value of the negative radius and use it as the radius coordinate Then we must add or subtract p to or from q to reverse the direction, while also making sure that the new angle is larger than 0 but less than 2p

