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Are cartesian coordinates the only coordinates with a holonomic basis that's orthonormal everywhere?

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Are cartesian coordinates the only coordinates with a holonomic basis that's orthonormal everywhere?

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How do you define cartesian coordinates?

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I would assume rectangular coordinates with basis ##e_i = \delta _i^j##How do you define cartesian coordinates?

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