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Iii) The proof is completely analogous to the proof of (ii). (iv) With completion of the square from the equation x2 + 2ax + b = 0, (a, b ∈ R) we ﬁnd as usual (x + a)2 = a2 − b. If the right-hand side is non-negative, then by means of (iii) we ﬁnd the well-known real roots of the quadratic equation. If the √ right-hand side is negative, then from (ii) x + a must be a vector, whose modulus is b − a2 . But this is a sphere in R3 with precisely this radius. 12. Let x and y be two quaternions, correspondingly x and y two vectors.
2. , there is at least one x ∈ H with x2 = a. 3. 13 (iv): every quaternion e with |e| = 1 can be represented in the form e = xyx−1 y−1 . 4. We consider a tetrahedron spanned by x, y, z; the remaining edges are then suitable diﬀerences of these three vectors. ) equals zero. Can this result be extended to an arbitrary polyhedron? 50 Chapter I. 1 History of the discovery While observation is a general foundation of mathematical knowledge up to dimension three, in higher dimensional spaces we have to free ourselves from any spatial imagination.
A−1 = A and det A = 1. These matrices build the group SO(3). Here det A = 1 means that the orientation is maintained, for det A = −1 we obtain instead a reﬂection. 19 ρy (x) is again a vector, so that a scalar part of x does not exist. 20. Moreover ρy in R3 is exchangeable with the vector product, so that 1 [ρy (x) ρy (x ) − ρy (x ) ρy (x)] 2 1 yxy −1 yx y −1 − yx y −1 yxy −1 = 2 1 y [xx − x x] y −1 = ρy (x × x ). = 2 We can thus summarize as follows: ρy (x) × ρy (x ) = The mapping ρy is an automorphism of R3 which leaves the canonical scalar product invariant.