So Im going through the exam guide for my exam tomorrow and there is a second problem that stump me. We transform the cartesian axis to <1/√3,1/√3,1√3> and <1/√2,0,-1/√2> which are orthogonal and we find the third axis by taking the cross product which gives <-881/2158,881/1079,-881/2158>(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Then we have to find a vector that is the same in both coordinate systems

I plotted in MATLAB and the only vector I can find that matches the criteria is <0,0,0> is there anything Im missing?

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# Transformation of coordinates

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