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r(t) is a position vector. v(t) is r'(t) or the velocity vector, u(t) is a unit r(t) vector. Prove that:
d/dt ( r(t) x v(t) )=0
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Shadowys Group Title
r(t) is a position vector. v(t) is r'(t) or the velocity vector, u(t) is a unit r(t) vector. Prove that: d/dt ( r(t) x v(t) )=0
 one year ago
 one year ago

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One question though, is the position vector always collinear to the velocity vector?
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done by differentiating r(t) x r(t)
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