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May
15
comment Is there a nice meaning to the geometric triple product?
wait, actually I have $c\left(a\cdot b\right)+c \times \left( a \times b \right) = c\left(a\cdot b\right) -c \rfloor \left( a \wedge b \right)$
May
15
comment Is there a nice meaning to the geometric triple product?
ok, so what I have is $a \rfloor \left( b \wedge c \right) + \left(a \cdot b\right) c$. What does that tell me?
May
15
comment Is there a nice meaning to the geometric triple product?
@ahala ah I thought I looked throughly enough but yeah apparently my question is a duplicate of yours.
May
15
comment Is there a nice meaning to the geometric triple product?
I'm not asking for a geometric algebraic version of the triple cross product but rather what the vector valued portion of the triple geometric product means if it has a nice geometric interpretation. The triple cross product is merely a part of the result.
May
15
asked Is there a nice meaning to the geometric triple product?
May
11
comment How am I suppose to find the area between the given curves (2 seperate, based on same, areas)
They ARE solved separately. I answered both your questions. The solution for the first one stops before "Hint for the second one:" - read
May
11
comment How am I suppose to find the area between the given curves (2 seperate, based on same, areas)
Well for the first one you don't have a x(t). My answer answers both of your questions now. For the first one that is completely unnecessary. Your function isn't given parametric in t, it's given implicitly in two variables x and y
May
11
comment How am I suppose to find the area between the given curves (2 seperate, based on same, areas)
it's what you were given right away. You wrote it yourself in your question. x and y (with respect to t) are given.
May
11
comment How am I suppose to find the area between the given curves (2 seperate, based on same, areas)
by doing just that. Differentiate. x(t) with respect to t using all your favorite differentiation rules like the chain rule, the product rule or the quotient rule. If you are tasked with integration, differentiation should be well within your abilities.
May
11
comment How am I suppose to find the area between the given curves (2 seperate, based on same, areas)
(Besides, arcsin isn't defined everywhere in the reals either so that also constraints your range)
May
11
comment How am I suppose to find the area between the given curves (2 seperate, based on same, areas)
I told you, integrate where it is real. Hint: Try what happens at $x=\frac{1}{2}$, x=1 or x=0
May
11
comment What is the relation between $\nabla f(\mathbf x), \mathbf y - \mathbf x, \text{ and } f(\mathbf y) - f(\mathbf x)$?
Ah true enough @Michael
May
10
revised How am I suppose to find the area between the given curves (2 seperate, based on same, areas)
edited body
May
10
comment How am I suppose to find the area between the given curves (2 seperate, based on same, areas)
This ought to be enough detail now.
May
10
revised How am I suppose to find the area between the given curves (2 seperate, based on same, areas)
Elaborated details. Added warning of a potential error I made. (Please correct if error is found)
May
10
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May
10
revised How am I suppose to find the area between the given curves (2 seperate, based on same, areas)
misleading position of a square
May
10
revised How am I suppose to find the area between the given curves (2 seperate, based on same, areas)
corrected ranges
May
10
comment How am I suppose to find the area between the given curves (2 seperate, based on same, areas)
I updated my answer. Not sure if that helps you but I tried my best.
May
10
revised How am I suppose to find the area between the given curves (2 seperate, based on same, areas)
Expanded answer to cover second question