Change of Coordinate Systems

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Change of Coordinates
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Field: Algebra
Image Created By: Brendan John

Change of Coordinates

The same object, here a circle, can look completely different depending on which coordinate system is used.


Basic Description

It is a common practice in mathematics to use different coordinate systems to solve different problems.

A More Mathematical Explanation

Points in one space are undergo a transformation of some kind to be mapped to a points in another spa [...]

Points in one space are undergo a transformation of some kind to be mapped to a points in another space.




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