# Finding Binormal vector from the derivative of the Normal and Tangent.

It's $T'(0) = \frac{-1}{\sqrt10}(1,-1,0)$ and it's $N'(0) = \frac{-1}{\sqrt5}(0,0,-1)$ find the formula for $B(t)$ for all t. I have absolutely no idea what to do, I know that doing the cross product of $T'(0)$ with $N'(0)$ should give me $B'(0)$ but how do I go from there to $B(t)$?

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