Chapter 2: Space Curves
Section 2.6: Binormal and Torsion
Show that the definition B=T×N implies B=1.
The orthogonal vectors T and N are both unit vectors.
By the definition of B, if θ=π/2 is the angle between T and N,
B = T×N = T N sinθ = 1⋅1⋅sinπ/2 = 1
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