By Mary Jane Sterling

ISBN-10: 047061840X

ISBN-13: 9780470618400

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May be called the vector of proximity* of the tangent plane of the ellipsoid, or of an element of that surface, to the centre, at the end of that semidiameter ρ from which ν is deduced by that equation. 46. ), which connects the two vectors ν and ρ themselves. ) which may be more concisely written as follows: dρ + d . ) dρ + n dν + dn ν = 0. ) or thus: We can eliminate the two scalar coefficients, n and dn, from this last equation, according to the rules of the calculus of quaternions, by the method exemplified in the 24th article of this paper (Phil.

Will then be satisfied, and the vector σ will have the same length as κ, while the directions of σ − κ and ρ will be either exactly similar or exactly opposite to each other. ), the two vector-symbols σ and κ as denoting, in length and in direction, two radii of one common sphere, such that the chord-line σ − κ connecting their extremities has the direction of the line ρ, or of that line reversed. Hence also, by the elemetary property of a plane isosceles triangle, we may see that, under the same condition, the inclination of σ to ρ is equal to the inclination of κ to −ρ, or of −κ to ρ; in such a manner that the bisector of the external vertical angle of the isosceles triangle, or the bisector of the angle at the centre of the sphere between the two radii σ and −κ, is a new radius parallel to ρ, because it is parallel to the base of the triangle (acd), or to the chord (ad) just now mentioned.

The foregoing article contains a sufficiently simple process for the retranslation of the geometrical construction* of the ellipsoid described in article 31, into the language of the calculus of quaternions, from the construction itself had been originally derived, in the manner stated in the 30th article of this paper. Yet it may not seem obvious to readers unfamiliar with this calculus, why the expression −ρκρ−1 was taken, in that foregoing article 38, as one denoting, in length and in direction, that radius of the auxiliary sphere which was drawn from c to d; not in what sense, and for what reason, this expression −ρκρ−1 has been said to represent the reflexion of the vector −κ with respect to ρ.

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