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Nikkki

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- Calculate the coordinates of consecutive points based on ABC points lying on a circle in 3D space

Hello,

I am trying to solve a problem and I would like to ask for help.

I have 3 points (A, B, C) in 3D space that are assumed to be on a circle.

EXAMPLE 1

EXAMPLE 2

My goal is to create an algebraic formula to calculate the coordinates for 10 points on a circle composed of ABC points at any distance from each other.

My first idea was to create a triangle inscribed in a circle from the ABC points and then the radius of the circle.

First, I calculate the lengths of the triangle's legs by recalculating the lengths of |AB| |AC| and |CB| vectors.

I calculate the radius length using the formula (https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/equation-of-a-circle-through-3-points-in-3d-space.173847/):

And at this step, I have now stopped

I am trying to solve a problem and I would like to ask for help.

I have 3 points (A, B, C) in 3D space that are assumed to be on a circle.

EXAMPLE 1

My goal is to create an algebraic formula to calculate the coordinates for 10 points on a circle composed of ABC points at any distance from each other.

**MY IDEA**My first idea was to create a triangle inscribed in a circle from the ABC points and then the radius of the circle.

First, I calculate the lengths of the triangle's legs by recalculating the lengths of |AB| |AC| and |CB| vectors.

I calculate the radius length using the formula (https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/equation-of-a-circle-through-3-points-in-3d-space.173847/):

And at this step, I have now stopped