Optical trigonometry

We know that the light source is radiated and emitted in all directions. The speed of each ray of light is 300,000 kilometers per hour. The following options can be calculated to check for a light ray or more than one light:

The propagation of a ray of light along one of the axes of the coordinates (ox), (oy), (oz)

Images of the emission of a light ray on the oxy coordinate plane

Images of a ray of light emitting in the coordinate axis (oxyz)




The above relationships have been substantiated throughout the chapter. If necessary, many problems can be calculated, such as the Euclidean trigonometry (Pythagoras), which is based on the relationship (Sin²α + Cos²α = 1) and has many applications in the science world.


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