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  • 5 years ago

how to prove that the gradient vector of a plane is perpendicular to that plane?

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    Use the directional vector of the plane and dot product it with the gradient vector

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    When they are perpendicular the result will be zero, won't it?

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    yeah it will be 0 that's what you want

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