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OpenStudy (anonymous):

How do i transform (0, 1/(sqrt 2), 1/(sqrt 2)) to a unit vector? is the ans to it still (0, 1/(sqrt 2), 1/(sqrt 2))?

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

I think unit vector i to "normalize your value", which means that you do (0+1/sqrt(2)+1/sqrt(2)) / (0+ (1/sqrt(2))^2+(1/sqrt(2))^2) = 2 therefore, it becomes 0, 2/sqrt2, 2/sqrt2 someone please confirm this.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

thanks, i got the same ans too! =D

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