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How do you define a right handed coordinate system for a basis which is not orthonormal?

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1MileCrash

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How do you define a right handed coordinate system for a basis which is not orthonormal?

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voko

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More formally, it should be any three vectors not pairwise collinear, and forming a right-hand triad.

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1MileCrash

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Book just says scalar triple product positive for right hand, negative for left...

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1MileCrash

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Thanks.

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