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Topic: Point to line distance in n dimensional space
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Nasimul Noman

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Point to line distance in n dimensional space
Posted: Jun 4, 2004 4:43 AM
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Hi,

May be I am asking for a very trivial formula - but I dont know -
please help me if u know.


There are three points A, B and P in n dimensional space. I am looking
for the formula for the distance of P from the line AB.

Thanks in advance.

Noman





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