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AamodVispute
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I was reading gradient in a book and I came across a line saying gradient has length and directon independent of the choice of cartesian coordinates. How...?
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AamodVispute Group Title
I was reading gradient in a book and I came across a line saying gradient has length and directon independent of the choice of cartesian coordinates. How...?
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Johnbc Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
Gradient VECTOR field. If it is a vector that would make sense
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maxtdavenport Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
Length/magnitude YES, direction NO. The direction will be independent of coordinates which differ by translation and equal scaling of the axes, BUT it will NOT be independent of rotational transformations. dw:1406717257428:dw
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