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    Euclidean Metric : Translation and Rotation

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    Let be the standard euclidean metric on defined by

    where and are any points in .

    a) a translation is a map given by

    for some fixed given point . Prove, that the Euclidean metric d on is translation-invariant, ie, for any translation T it follows:

    .

    b) A rotation is a map given by

    for some fixed real number . Prove, that the Euclidean metric d on is rotation-invariant, ie, for any rotation it follows:

    .

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    Let be the standard euclidean metric on defined by

    where and are any points in .

    a) a translation is a map given by

    for some fixed ...

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    Translation and rotation of a Euclidean metric are investigated. The solution is detailed and well presented.

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