Vectors Help

Asked Feb 15, 2012, 06:27 PM —
The co-ordinates of points are given by

$X=\frac{u+v}{\sqrt{2}}, Y=\frac{u-v}{\sqrt{2}}, Z=uv$

(i) Explain why the totality of points given by the above equations form a surface.

(ii) Find the unit normal to the surface at any point (u,v)

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My name is chris and I am currently attending ITT technical. My question is how to do vector problems in trig.