# Calculus 3 : Binormal Vectors

## Example Questions

### Example Question #1 : Binormal Vectors

Find the binormal vector of .   Does not exist. Explanation:

To find the binormal vector, you must first find the unit tangent vector, then the unit normal vector.

The equation for the unit tangent vector, ,  is where is the vector and is the magnitude of the vector.

The equation for the unit normal vector, ,  is where is the derivative of the unit tangent vector and is the magnitude of the derivative of the unit vector.

The binormal vector is the cross product of unit tangent and unit normal vectors, or For this problem         ### Example Question #2 : Binormal Vectors

Find the binormal vector of .   Does not exist Explanation:

To find the binormal vector, you must first find the unit tangent vector, then the unit normal vector.

The equation for the unit tangent vector, ,  is where is the vector and is the magnitude of the vector.

The equation for the unit normal vector, ,  is where is the derivative of the unit tangent vector and is the magnitude of the derivative of the unit vector.

For this problem              ### Example Question #3 : Binormal Vectors

Find the binormal vector for:       Explanation:

The binormal vector is defined as  Where T(t) (the tangent vector) and N(t) (the normal vector) are: and The binormal vector is:  