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accepted On which side of vector the point is
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comment On which side of vector the point is
@Fredrik Yes, but in my case this formula is not helpful. Note that $cos( \theta ) = cos(0 - \theta )$.
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comment On which side of vector the point is
@Jesse yes but only absolute value of it.
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