Calculus III Homework Help: If a vector has direction angles A = π/4 and B = π/3, find the third direction angle C.

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Calculus III Homework Help: If a vector has direction angles A = π/4 and B = π/3, find the third direction angle C.

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I think the sum of the squared of the 3 direction angles is identically 1
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yes, http://www.geom.uiuc.edu/docs/reference/CRC-formulas/node52.html

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direction cosine, sorry
Barely used that except for that one small section in calc 3 if i remember, not too important, but good to know
Okay, I think I've gotten it. Thank you so much for your help! :)
cos^2(C) = 1/4 cos(C) = 1/2 pi/3
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