**sum of the angles in coordinate system** **In 2D coordinate system** the sum of the angles of all quadrants=**360**
degree
in (x,y) plane __Case 2__ **In 3D coordinate system** (x,y,z) I took 3 possible plane
i.e.
(x,y) (y,z) (x,z)
each plane provides angle of 360 degree, so can we say that in 3D coordinate system sum of all quadrants is **1080**?
Because
(x,y) gives 360
(y,z) gives 360
(x,z) gives 360
so their sum is 1080 degree __Case 3__
And in **4d space** the distance formula according to **Minkowski formulation** is **s^2=x^2+y^2+z^2-(ct)^2**
Where c is speed of light and t is time and ct also has the dimension length
like other coordinates.
so can I deal it as a 4D coordinate system
(x,y,z,ct)
all possible plains are
(x,y) (y,z) (z,ct) (x,ct) (y,ct) (x,z)
so can we say,
sum of all quadrants in 4D coordinate system is** 2160** degree?
Because
There 6 planes and each gives 360 degree.
Is it right to measure angles in this way or not? *
Last edited by mars shaw; Sep 21st 2009 at 08:08 AM.
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