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Dldt (v. v) = vV + vV = 2vV = dldt (Ivf) = 0, therefore v • ~ = 0, which proves the lemma. REMARK. If there exist any two vectors v = vet) and w = wet), then in Euclidean geometry there holds the formula: dldt (vw) = ~w + vW . In application to a curve parametrized by the natural parameter I = t, r =ret) = x(t)el + y(t)e2, our lemma suggests: v = drldl. COROLLARY. The velocity vector vet) and the acceleration vector wet) = dvldl are orthogonal if the parameter is nanual: t =I (the arc length). DEFINITION 1.
V)If2, is the velocity vector. We shall write V, = dr/dt indicating explicitly, thereby, the parameter with respect to which the tangent vector is calculated. We shall often find it convenient to consider curves parametrized by the Mtwal (length) parameter. x = x(/), In this case V = y = y(/). Vi = (dx/d/)el + (dyld/)e2 Ivl = 1. If the curve was parametrized by an arbitrary parameter t, x =x(t), y =yet), we have the relation dl = 2 + y'2) 112 dt. Two vectors (those of velocity and acceleration) will play an imponant role: (x iT ~ = v" 47 FLAT CURVES If the parameter is natural (t =l), we shall have Iv~ = 1.
Euclidean metric. 1. Let n = 2. IJ = (g~ = i¢j, while relative to polar coordinates we have: This means that for the curve r =r(t), $ =$(t) b /= f tT 2 2 ('(t) +r d$ 2 (iF) dr. a 2. n = 3. Relative to Canesian coordinates, we have gij = 5U; relative to cynlindrical I, z =r: coordinates r =yl, cI> =