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By Michael Reed, Barry Simon
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Remark. We take the intervals of definition for our curves to be open, closed, or also half-open or half-closed. When we define the derivative of a curve, it is understood that the interval of definition contains more than one point. e. a + h lies in the interval. If a is a left end point, the quotient is considered only for h > O. If a is a right end point the quotient is considered only for h < O. Then the usual rules for differentiation of functions are true in this greater generality, and thus Rules 1 through 4 below, and the chain rule of §2 remain true also.
When t = 1, we have S(I) = P + (Q - P) = Q, so when t = 1 the bug is at Q. As t goes from 0 to 1, the bug goes from P to Q. Example 1. Let P = (1, - 3,4) and Q = (5, 1, - 2). Find the coordinates of the point which lies one third of the distance from P to Q. Let Set) as above be the parametric representation of the segment from P to Q. The desired point is S(l/3), that is: (1) S 3 =P 1 + 3(Q 7 -5 P) 1 = (1, -3,4) + 3(4,4, -6) ) = ( 3'3,2. Warning. The desired point in the above example is not given by P+Q 3 Example 2.
We define the plane passing through P perpendicular to ON to be the collection of all points X such that the located vector is perpendicular to ON. According to our definitions, this amounts to the condition IT (X - P)·N = 0, [I, §6] 37 PLANES which can also be written as X·N=P·N. We shall also say that this plane is the one perpendicular to N, and consists of all vectors X such that X - P is perpendicular to N. We have drawn a typical situation in 3-spaces in Fig. 32. Instead of saying that N is perpendicular to the plane, one also says that N is normal to the plane.
Analysis of Operators by Michael Reed, Barry Simon