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Length of line given direction ratio and projection of line with z axis Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
length = (Projection of line)/(Direction Ratio 3)
L = (Projectionline)/(c3)
This formula uses 2 Variables
Variables Used
Projection of line - Projection of line is a mapping of a set (or of a mathematical structure) which is idempotent, which means that a projection is equal to its composition with itself. (Measured in Hundred)
Direction Ratio 3 - Direction Ratio 3 is ratio proportional to direction cosine w.r.to z axis. (Measured in Hundred)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Projection of line: 2 Hundred --> 2 Hundred No Conversion Required
Direction Ratio 3: 0.5 Hundred --> 0.5 Hundred No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
L = (Projectionline)/(c3) --> (2)/(0.5)
Evaluating ... ...
L = 4
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
4 Meter --> No Conversion Required
FINAL ANSWER
4 Meter <-- Length
(Calculation completed in 00.015 seconds)

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Distance between plane in normal formal and point
length = modulus((Direction Ratio 1*X Coordinate in 3D Space)+(Direction Ratio 2*Y Coordinate in 3D Space)+(Direction Ratio 3*Z Coordinate in 3D Space)-(Constant Coefficient of Plane1)) Go
Distance between 2 parallel planes
length = (Constant Coefficient of Plane2-Constant Coefficient of Plane1)/((Direction Ratio 1)^2+(Direction Ratio 2)^2+(Direction Ratio 3)^2) Go
Distance of point from origin
distance_1 = sqrt((X1 Coordinate in 3D Space)^2+ (Y1 Coordinate in 3D Space)^2+ (Z1 Coordinate in 3D Space)^2) Go
Length of line given direction ratio and projection of line with x axis
length = (Projection of line)/(Direction Ratio 1) Go
Length of line given direction ratio and projection of line with y axis
length = (Projection of line)/(Direction Ratio 2) Go
Length of line given direction ratio and projection of line with z axis
length = (Projection of line)/(Direction Ratio 3) Go

Length of line given direction ratio and projection of line with z axis Formula

length = (Projection of line)/(Direction Ratio 3)
L = (Projectionline)/(c3)

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How to Calculate Length of line given direction ratio and projection of line with z axis?

Length of line given direction ratio and projection of line with z axis calculator uses length = (Projection of line)/(Direction Ratio 3) to calculate the Length, Length of line given direction ratio and projection of line with z axis is defined as a distance between its endpoints given projection and direction ratio of that line. Length and is denoted by L symbol.

How to calculate Length of line given direction ratio and projection of line with z axis using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Length of line given direction ratio and projection of line with z axis, enter Projection of line (Projectionline) & Direction Ratio 3 (c3) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Length of line given direction ratio and projection of line with z axis calculation can be explained with given input values -> 4 = (2)/(0.5).

FAQ

What is Length of line given direction ratio and projection of line with z axis?
Length of line given direction ratio and projection of line with z axis is defined as a distance between its endpoints given projection and direction ratio of that line and is represented as L = (Projectionline)/(c3) or length = (Projection of line)/(Direction Ratio 3). Projection of line is a mapping of a set (or of a mathematical structure) which is idempotent, which means that a projection is equal to its composition with itself & Direction Ratio 3 is ratio proportional to direction cosine w.r.to z axis.
How to calculate Length of line given direction ratio and projection of line with z axis?
Length of line given direction ratio and projection of line with z axis is defined as a distance between its endpoints given projection and direction ratio of that line is calculated using length = (Projection of line)/(Direction Ratio 3). To calculate Length of line given direction ratio and projection of line with z axis, you need Projection of line (Projectionline) & Direction Ratio 3 (c3). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Projection of line & Direction Ratio 3 and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Length?
In this formula, Length uses Projection of line & Direction Ratio 3. We can use 7 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • length = (Projection of line)/(Direction Ratio 1)
  • length = (Projection of line)/(Direction Ratio 2)
  • length = (Projection of line)/(Direction Ratio 3)
  • distance_1 = sqrt((X1 Coordinate in 3D Space)^2+ (Y1 Coordinate in 3D Space)^2+ (Z1 Coordinate in 3D Space)^2)
  • length = modulus((Direction Ratio 1*X Coordinate in 3D Space)+(Direction Ratio 2*Y Coordinate in 3D Space)+(Direction Ratio 3*Z Coordinate in 3D Space)-(Constant Coefficient of Plane1))
  • length = (Constant Coefficient of Plane2-Constant Coefficient of Plane1)/((Direction Ratio 1)^2+(Direction Ratio 2)^2+(Direction Ratio 3)^2)
  • distance_between_two_points = sqrt((X2 coordinate of second point-X1 coordinate of first point)^2+(Y2 coordinate of second point-Y1 coordinate of first point)^2+(Z2 coordinate of first point-Z1 coordinate of first point)^2)
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