## Binormal vector - three dimensional space, Mathematics

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Binormal Vector - Three Dimensional Space

Next, is the binormal vector.  The binormal vector is illustrated to be,

B (t) = T (t) * N (t)

Since the binormal vector is described to be the cross product of the unit tangent and unit normal vector after that we know that the binormal vector is orthogonal to both the tangent vector and normal vector.

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