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This document discusses the transformation of vectors with respect to objects in 3D space. It introduces vectors and objects, and how they can be represented using matrices and frames. It then covers how to map vectors between rotated frames, translated frames, and through composite mappings using homogeneous transformation matrices. The key concepts are representing points and vectors in space with matrices, using frames to describe objects, and transforming vectors between frames through rotation, translation, and composite transformations.

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Polar coordinates

This document provides information about polar coordinates including:
- Relations between Cartesian and polar coordinates
- Sketching graphs in polar coordinates such as circles, cardioids, and roses
- Finding intersections of curves, slopes of tangents, and areas bounded by polar curves
- Computing arc lengths and surfaces of revolution generated by polar curves
It discusses key concepts like symmetry properties and provides examples of computing specific values related to polar curves.

POLYGON AND IT'S TYPES

A polygon is a closed shape made of line segments where each line segment intersects exactly two others. The document defines different types of polygons such as triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, etc. and provides characteristics of each such as the number of sides, properties of side lengths and angles, and the total sum of interior angles. Regular polygons are those with equal side lengths and interior angles, while irregular polygons do not have these properties.

CONFORMAL MAPPING.pptx

This document provides an overview of conformal mapping. It begins with an introduction to conformal mapping, which preserves angles under transformation. It then discusses different types of mappings, including linear mappings and complex functions. It defines conformal mapping as a transformation that preserves both the magnitude and direction of angles. It describes some elementary conformal transformations like translation, rotation, magnification, and inversion. It also discusses the important concept of bilinear transformations. Finally, it outlines some applications of conformal mapping in fields like complex analysis, numerical analysis, fluid flow, and scattering problems.

ISOMETRIC DRAWING

The document provides information on isometric drawings and projections. It defines isometric drawings as 3D drawings where all three dimensions (height, length, depth) are shown in one view at equal angles of 120 degrees between axes. Various examples of isometric views of objects like prisms, pyramids, cylinders are shown along with steps to draw isometric projections. Construction of isometric scale is also explained which is needed to convert true lengths to lengths on the isometric drawing.

projection of planes

This document provides information about orthographic projections and related concepts. It defines key terms like true length, front view (FV), top view (TV), traces, and includes 10 important parameters to remember. Several example problems are shown with step-by-step solutions for drawing the projections of lines given information about their views, lengths, angles and positions of endpoints. Diagrams clearly illustrate the relationships between true length, views, traces and other elements in different scenarios.

Chapter 16 2

- Green's Theorem relates a line integral around a closed curve C to a double integral over the region D bounded by C. It expresses the line integral as the double integral of the curl or divergence of the vector field over D.
- The curl and divergence operators can be used to write Green's Theorem in vector forms involving the tangential and normal components of the vector field along C.
- Parametric surfaces in 3D space can be described by a vector-valued function r(u,v) of two parameters u and v. The set of points traced out by this function as u and v vary is the parametric surface.

co-ordinate systems

1. The document discusses different coordinate systems including rectangular, cylindrical, and spherical coordinates. It defines scalar and vector fields and provides examples.
2. Key concepts covered include the dot product, cross product, gradient, divergence, curl, and Laplacian as they relate to vector and scalar fields in different coordinate systems.
3. Various coordinate transformations are demonstrated along with differential elements, line integrals, surface integrals and volume integrals in each system.

Cylindrical co ordinate system

This document discusses cylindrical coordinate systems including point transformations between cylindrical and rectangular coordinates, differential elements in cylindrical coordinates such as differential volume and length, and dot products of unit vectors in cylindrical and rectangular coordinate systems. It covers topics such as the differential volume formula in cylindrical coordinates, dV = ρ dρ dφ dz, and differential elements in cylindrical coordinate systems.

Polar coordinates

This document provides information about polar coordinates including:
- Relations between Cartesian and polar coordinates
- Sketching graphs in polar coordinates such as circles, cardioids, and roses
- Finding intersections of curves, slopes of tangents, and areas bounded by polar curves
- Computing arc lengths and surfaces of revolution generated by polar curves
It discusses key concepts like symmetry properties and provides examples of computing specific values related to polar curves.

POLYGON AND IT'S TYPES

A polygon is a closed shape made of line segments where each line segment intersects exactly two others. The document defines different types of polygons such as triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, etc. and provides characteristics of each such as the number of sides, properties of side lengths and angles, and the total sum of interior angles. Regular polygons are those with equal side lengths and interior angles, while irregular polygons do not have these properties.

CONFORMAL MAPPING.pptx

This document provides an overview of conformal mapping. It begins with an introduction to conformal mapping, which preserves angles under transformation. It then discusses different types of mappings, including linear mappings and complex functions. It defines conformal mapping as a transformation that preserves both the magnitude and direction of angles. It describes some elementary conformal transformations like translation, rotation, magnification, and inversion. It also discusses the important concept of bilinear transformations. Finally, it outlines some applications of conformal mapping in fields like complex analysis, numerical analysis, fluid flow, and scattering problems.

ISOMETRIC DRAWING

The document provides information on isometric drawings and projections. It defines isometric drawings as 3D drawings where all three dimensions (height, length, depth) are shown in one view at equal angles of 120 degrees between axes. Various examples of isometric views of objects like prisms, pyramids, cylinders are shown along with steps to draw isometric projections. Construction of isometric scale is also explained which is needed to convert true lengths to lengths on the isometric drawing.

projection of planes

This document provides information about orthographic projections and related concepts. It defines key terms like true length, front view (FV), top view (TV), traces, and includes 10 important parameters to remember. Several example problems are shown with step-by-step solutions for drawing the projections of lines given information about their views, lengths, angles and positions of endpoints. Diagrams clearly illustrate the relationships between true length, views, traces and other elements in different scenarios.

Chapter 16 2

- Green's Theorem relates a line integral around a closed curve C to a double integral over the region D bounded by C. It expresses the line integral as the double integral of the curl or divergence of the vector field over D.
- The curl and divergence operators can be used to write Green's Theorem in vector forms involving the tangential and normal components of the vector field along C.
- Parametric surfaces in 3D space can be described by a vector-valued function r(u,v) of two parameters u and v. The set of points traced out by this function as u and v vary is the parametric surface.

co-ordinate systems

1. The document discusses different coordinate systems including rectangular, cylindrical, and spherical coordinates. It defines scalar and vector fields and provides examples.
2. Key concepts covered include the dot product, cross product, gradient, divergence, curl, and Laplacian as they relate to vector and scalar fields in different coordinate systems.
3. Various coordinate transformations are demonstrated along with differential elements, line integrals, surface integrals and volume integrals in each system.

Cylindrical co ordinate system

This document discusses cylindrical coordinate systems including point transformations between cylindrical and rectangular coordinates, differential elements in cylindrical coordinates such as differential volume and length, and dot products of unit vectors in cylindrical and rectangular coordinate systems. It covers topics such as the differential volume formula in cylindrical coordinates, dV = ρ dρ dφ dz, and differential elements in cylindrical coordinate systems.

Math Vocabulary A-Z

Middle School vocabulary words in a PowerPoint presentation. One word for each letter of the alphabet.

1 polar coordinates

The document describes polar coordinates, which specify the location of a point P in a plane using two numbers: r, the distance from P to the origin O, and θ, the angle between the positive x-axis and the line from O to P. θ is positive for counter-clockwise angles and negative for clockwise angles. Conversion formulas between polar (r, θ) and rectangular (x, y) coordinates are provided. An example problem illustrates plotting points from their polar coordinates and finding the corresponding rectangular coordinates.

t6 polar coordinates

The document describes polar coordinates, which specify the location of a point P in a plane using two numbers: r, the distance from P to the origin O, and θ, the angle between the x-axis and a line from O to P measured counterclockwise. Conversion formulas between polar (r, θ) and rectangular (x, y) coordinates are provided. An example problem converts several polar coordinates to rectangular form and plots the points on a graph.

Las Conicas

Este documento resume las principales cónicas geométricas (circunferencia, elipse, hipérbola y parábola). Define cada curva como el lugar geométrico de puntos que cumplen cierta propiedad métrica con respecto a puntos u objetos fijos. Explica las ecuaciones, elementos y algunas aplicaciones prácticas de cada curva cónica.

Area of a trapezoid

This document provides examples of calculating the area of a trapezoid using the formula Area = 1⁄2(b+B)h, where b and B are the two bases and h is the height. It demonstrates finding the height when it is not explicitly given by using properties of isosceles triangles or the Pythagorean theorem. In one example, it shows dividing the larger base into pieces to find the height of two congruent triangles formed. In another, it notes that if the base angles are 45 degrees, the triangles formed will be isosceles and the shared height can be used for the trapezoid area.

Straight lines

The document presents information about straight lines and coordinates systems. It discusses key concepts such as the Cartesian coordinate system developed by Rene Descartes, which specifies each point in a plane using perpendicular x and y axes. The document also covers the definition of a straight line as the shortest distance between two points, midpoint and centroid formulas, polar coordinates, slope as a measure of a line's steepness, and the general equation of a straight line. The presentation is delivered to a lecturer by five students who each discuss different aspects of straight lines and coordinate systems.

Lugares geometricos

Este documento describe los lugares geométricos de parábolas, hipérbolas y elipses. Define cada figura geométrica en términos de sus componentes como focos, ejes, vértices y radios vectores. Explica cómo encontrar las ecuaciones reducidas de cada figura y proporciona ejemplos numéricos.

Three dim. geometry

Three key points about three-dimensional geometry from the document:
1) Three-dimensional geometry developed in accordance with Einstein's field equations and is useful in fields like electromagnetism and for constructing 3D models using computer algorithms.
2) The document presents a vector-algebra approach to three-dimensional geometry, defining points as ordered triples of real numbers and discussing properties of lines and planes.
3) Key concepts discussed include the vector and Cartesian equations of lines and planes, direction cosines and ratios, angles between lines, perpendicularity, parallelism, and intersections. Formulas are provided for distances, divisions, and reflections.

Coordinate and unit vector

This document defines rectangular, cylindrical, and spherical coordinate systems and describes how to transform vectors between the different coordinate systems using transformation matrices. It also discusses how to define volumes, surfaces, and lines within each coordinate system by specifying constant values for one or more of the coordinates. Finally, it provides an example of transforming a vector and point between the different coordinate systems and evaluating the vector components.

Continuity and differentiability

The document discusses key concepts in calculus including continuity, differentiation, integration, and their applications. It defines continuity as being able to draw a function's graph without lifting the pen, and differentiation as computing the rate of change of a dependent variable with respect to changes in the independent variable. The document also covers differentiation rules and techniques for implicit, inverse, exponential, logarithmic, and parametric functions.

Dimensioning

This document discusses different types of lines used in dimensioning including visible, hidden, and center lines. It describes dimensioning elements such as dimension lines, extension lines, arrow heads, and leader lines. The document outlines different types of dimensioning including location, size, and mating dimensions. It provides examples of dimensioning methods like aligned and unidirectional and arrangements including chain, parallel, and combined dimensions. Finally, the document discusses rules for proper dimensioning including placement of dimensions, avoiding unnecessary dimensions, and dimensioning various shapes and features.

A glimpse to topological graph theory

This document provides an introduction to topological graph theory. It begins with definitions of basic graph theory concepts from a topological perspective, such as representing graphs with curved arcs instead of straight lines. It then discusses graph drawings, incidence matrices, vertex valence, and graph maps/isomorphisms. Important classes of graphs are introduced, such as trees, paths, cycles, and complete graphs. The document aims to introduce preliminary concepts of topological graph theory to students in a simple manner.

Sections_of_solids_ p

This document discusses sections of solids and how to draw sectional views. It explains that section planes cut through objects and the cross section revealed shows the internal structure. The section line indicates the cut surface. Depending on the position of the section plane relative to the reference planes, the true shape of the section is seen in different views. Several examples are given of drawing sectional views of prisms, pyramids, cylinders and cones cut by variously oriented section planes.

Interior-and-Exterior-Angles-of-Polygons.ppt

The document discusses interior and exterior angles of polygons. It states that the sum of the interior angles of a convex polygon with n sides is (n-2)180 degrees. It also states that the sum of the exterior angles of any convex polygon is 360 degrees. Some examples are provided to demonstrate calculating interior and exterior angles of different polygons.

Theme 1 basic drawing

The document discusses basic geometric elements like points, lines, planes, and angles. It defines different types of lines and angles, and how to construct them. It also covers triangles, quadrilaterals, and regular polygons. For triangles, it defines different types and their important points and lines. For quadrilaterals, it categorizes different types like parallelograms, rectangles, and trapezoids. Finally, it discusses regular polygons and how to define them based on equal sides and angles.

Lesson 14: Equation of a Circle

The document discusses finding equations of circles given information about their properties. It provides examples of finding the equation of a circle given its center and radius, center and a point on the circle, or the endpoints of its diameter. The key steps are to use the standard form equation x-h^2 + y-k^2 = r^2, where (h,k) is the center and r is the radius, and substitute the given values to find the equation.

functions and sets.pdf

The document discusses sets, relations, and functions. It begins by providing examples of well-defined and not well-defined collections to introduce the concept of a set. A set is defined as a collection of well-defined objects. Standard notations for sets are introduced, such as using capital letters to represent sets and lowercase letters for elements. Two methods for representing sets are described: roster form and set-builder form. The document then classifies sets as finite or infinite, empty, singleton, equal, equivalent, and disjoint sets. Examples are provided to illustrate each concept.

Trabajo 5

El documento describe las cónicas y sólidos de revolución, incluyendo sus definiciones, elementos y fórmulas para calcular áreas y volúmenes. Cubre las cuatro cónicas principales (círculo, elipse, parábola e hipérbola) y tres sólidos de revolución (cilindro, esfera y cono), explicando cómo se generan y sus componentes. También incluye ejemplos resueltos de cálculos de volumen usando las fórmulas apropiadas.

Convex polygon

This document is a self-learning kit on geometry for 7th grade students that defines and illustrates convex polygons. It contains objectives, credits to reference books and websites, a review on internal and external regions of a polygon, a discussion defining convex and concave polygons with examples, interactive activities for students, and web links for additional learning.

Group theory notes

The document provides notes on group theory. It discusses the definition of groups and examples of groups such as (Z, +), (Q, ×), and Sn. Properties of groups like Lagrange's theorem and criteria for subgroups are also covered. The notes then discuss symmetry groups, defining isometries of R2 and showing that the set of isometries forms a group. Symmetry groups G(Π) of objects Π in R2 are introduced and shown to be subgroups. Specific examples of symmetry groups like those of triangles, squares, regular n-gons, and infinite strips are analyzed. Finally, the concept of group isomorphism is defined and examples are given to illustrate isomorphic groups.

Robot kinematics

This document discusses forward and inverse kinematics, including:
1. Forward kinematics determines the position of the robot hand given joint variables, while inverse kinematics calculates joint variables for a desired hand position.
2. Homogeneous transformation matrices are used to represent frames, points, vectors and transformations in space.
3. Standard robot coordinate systems include Cartesian, cylindrical, and spherical coordinates. Forward and inverse kinematics equations are provided for position analysis in each system.

4. Motion in a Plane 3.pptx.pptx

1) The document discusses various topics related to motion in a plane including scalar and vector quantities, vectors and their properties, resolution of vectors, projectile motion, and uniform circular motion.
2) Key concepts explained are position and displacement vectors, addition and subtraction of vectors, constant acceleration motion in a plane using components, and the trajectory, time of flight, and range for projectile motion with both horizontal and angled projection.
3) Circular motion is defined as movement along a circular path that can be uniform or non-uniform, and angular displacement is the angle through which an object rotates.

Math Vocabulary A-Z

Middle School vocabulary words in a PowerPoint presentation. One word for each letter of the alphabet.

1 polar coordinates

The document describes polar coordinates, which specify the location of a point P in a plane using two numbers: r, the distance from P to the origin O, and θ, the angle between the positive x-axis and the line from O to P. θ is positive for counter-clockwise angles and negative for clockwise angles. Conversion formulas between polar (r, θ) and rectangular (x, y) coordinates are provided. An example problem illustrates plotting points from their polar coordinates and finding the corresponding rectangular coordinates.

t6 polar coordinates

The document describes polar coordinates, which specify the location of a point P in a plane using two numbers: r, the distance from P to the origin O, and θ, the angle between the x-axis and a line from O to P measured counterclockwise. Conversion formulas between polar (r, θ) and rectangular (x, y) coordinates are provided. An example problem converts several polar coordinates to rectangular form and plots the points on a graph.

Las Conicas

Este documento resume las principales cónicas geométricas (circunferencia, elipse, hipérbola y parábola). Define cada curva como el lugar geométrico de puntos que cumplen cierta propiedad métrica con respecto a puntos u objetos fijos. Explica las ecuaciones, elementos y algunas aplicaciones prácticas de cada curva cónica.

Area of a trapezoid

This document provides examples of calculating the area of a trapezoid using the formula Area = 1⁄2(b+B)h, where b and B are the two bases and h is the height. It demonstrates finding the height when it is not explicitly given by using properties of isosceles triangles or the Pythagorean theorem. In one example, it shows dividing the larger base into pieces to find the height of two congruent triangles formed. In another, it notes that if the base angles are 45 degrees, the triangles formed will be isosceles and the shared height can be used for the trapezoid area.

Straight lines

The document presents information about straight lines and coordinates systems. It discusses key concepts such as the Cartesian coordinate system developed by Rene Descartes, which specifies each point in a plane using perpendicular x and y axes. The document also covers the definition of a straight line as the shortest distance between two points, midpoint and centroid formulas, polar coordinates, slope as a measure of a line's steepness, and the general equation of a straight line. The presentation is delivered to a lecturer by five students who each discuss different aspects of straight lines and coordinate systems.

Lugares geometricos

Este documento describe los lugares geométricos de parábolas, hipérbolas y elipses. Define cada figura geométrica en términos de sus componentes como focos, ejes, vértices y radios vectores. Explica cómo encontrar las ecuaciones reducidas de cada figura y proporciona ejemplos numéricos.

Three dim. geometry

Three key points about three-dimensional geometry from the document:
1) Three-dimensional geometry developed in accordance with Einstein's field equations and is useful in fields like electromagnetism and for constructing 3D models using computer algorithms.
2) The document presents a vector-algebra approach to three-dimensional geometry, defining points as ordered triples of real numbers and discussing properties of lines and planes.
3) Key concepts discussed include the vector and Cartesian equations of lines and planes, direction cosines and ratios, angles between lines, perpendicularity, parallelism, and intersections. Formulas are provided for distances, divisions, and reflections.

Coordinate and unit vector

This document defines rectangular, cylindrical, and spherical coordinate systems and describes how to transform vectors between the different coordinate systems using transformation matrices. It also discusses how to define volumes, surfaces, and lines within each coordinate system by specifying constant values for one or more of the coordinates. Finally, it provides an example of transforming a vector and point between the different coordinate systems and evaluating the vector components.

Continuity and differentiability

The document discusses key concepts in calculus including continuity, differentiation, integration, and their applications. It defines continuity as being able to draw a function's graph without lifting the pen, and differentiation as computing the rate of change of a dependent variable with respect to changes in the independent variable. The document also covers differentiation rules and techniques for implicit, inverse, exponential, logarithmic, and parametric functions.

Dimensioning

This document discusses different types of lines used in dimensioning including visible, hidden, and center lines. It describes dimensioning elements such as dimension lines, extension lines, arrow heads, and leader lines. The document outlines different types of dimensioning including location, size, and mating dimensions. It provides examples of dimensioning methods like aligned and unidirectional and arrangements including chain, parallel, and combined dimensions. Finally, the document discusses rules for proper dimensioning including placement of dimensions, avoiding unnecessary dimensions, and dimensioning various shapes and features.

A glimpse to topological graph theory

This document provides an introduction to topological graph theory. It begins with definitions of basic graph theory concepts from a topological perspective, such as representing graphs with curved arcs instead of straight lines. It then discusses graph drawings, incidence matrices, vertex valence, and graph maps/isomorphisms. Important classes of graphs are introduced, such as trees, paths, cycles, and complete graphs. The document aims to introduce preliminary concepts of topological graph theory to students in a simple manner.

Sections_of_solids_ p

This document discusses sections of solids and how to draw sectional views. It explains that section planes cut through objects and the cross section revealed shows the internal structure. The section line indicates the cut surface. Depending on the position of the section plane relative to the reference planes, the true shape of the section is seen in different views. Several examples are given of drawing sectional views of prisms, pyramids, cylinders and cones cut by variously oriented section planes.

Interior-and-Exterior-Angles-of-Polygons.ppt

The document discusses interior and exterior angles of polygons. It states that the sum of the interior angles of a convex polygon with n sides is (n-2)180 degrees. It also states that the sum of the exterior angles of any convex polygon is 360 degrees. Some examples are provided to demonstrate calculating interior and exterior angles of different polygons.

Theme 1 basic drawing

The document discusses basic geometric elements like points, lines, planes, and angles. It defines different types of lines and angles, and how to construct them. It also covers triangles, quadrilaterals, and regular polygons. For triangles, it defines different types and their important points and lines. For quadrilaterals, it categorizes different types like parallelograms, rectangles, and trapezoids. Finally, it discusses regular polygons and how to define them based on equal sides and angles.

Lesson 14: Equation of a Circle

The document discusses finding equations of circles given information about their properties. It provides examples of finding the equation of a circle given its center and radius, center and a point on the circle, or the endpoints of its diameter. The key steps are to use the standard form equation x-h^2 + y-k^2 = r^2, where (h,k) is the center and r is the radius, and substitute the given values to find the equation.

functions and sets.pdf

The document discusses sets, relations, and functions. It begins by providing examples of well-defined and not well-defined collections to introduce the concept of a set. A set is defined as a collection of well-defined objects. Standard notations for sets are introduced, such as using capital letters to represent sets and lowercase letters for elements. Two methods for representing sets are described: roster form and set-builder form. The document then classifies sets as finite or infinite, empty, singleton, equal, equivalent, and disjoint sets. Examples are provided to illustrate each concept.

Trabajo 5

El documento describe las cónicas y sólidos de revolución, incluyendo sus definiciones, elementos y fórmulas para calcular áreas y volúmenes. Cubre las cuatro cónicas principales (círculo, elipse, parábola e hipérbola) y tres sólidos de revolución (cilindro, esfera y cono), explicando cómo se generan y sus componentes. También incluye ejemplos resueltos de cálculos de volumen usando las fórmulas apropiadas.

Convex polygon

This document is a self-learning kit on geometry for 7th grade students that defines and illustrates convex polygons. It contains objectives, credits to reference books and websites, a review on internal and external regions of a polygon, a discussion defining convex and concave polygons with examples, interactive activities for students, and web links for additional learning.

Group theory notes

The document provides notes on group theory. It discusses the definition of groups and examples of groups such as (Z, +), (Q, ×), and Sn. Properties of groups like Lagrange's theorem and criteria for subgroups are also covered. The notes then discuss symmetry groups, defining isometries of R2 and showing that the set of isometries forms a group. Symmetry groups G(Π) of objects Π in R2 are introduced and shown to be subgroups. Specific examples of symmetry groups like those of triangles, squares, regular n-gons, and infinite strips are analyzed. Finally, the concept of group isomorphism is defined and examples are given to illustrate isomorphic groups.

Math Vocabulary A-Z

Math Vocabulary A-Z

1 polar coordinates

1 polar coordinates

t6 polar coordinates

t6 polar coordinates

Las Conicas

Las Conicas

Area of a trapezoid

Area of a trapezoid

Straight lines

Straight lines

Lugares geometricos

Lugares geometricos

Three dim. geometry

Three dim. geometry

Coordinate and unit vector

Coordinate and unit vector

Continuity and differentiability

Continuity and differentiability

Dimensioning

Dimensioning

A glimpse to topological graph theory

A glimpse to topological graph theory

Sections_of_solids_ p

Sections_of_solids_ p

Interior-and-Exterior-Angles-of-Polygons.ppt

Interior-and-Exterior-Angles-of-Polygons.ppt

Theme 1 basic drawing

Theme 1 basic drawing

Lesson 14: Equation of a Circle

Lesson 14: Equation of a Circle

functions and sets.pdf

functions and sets.pdf

Trabajo 5

Trabajo 5

Convex polygon

Convex polygon

Group theory notes

Group theory notes

Robot kinematics

This document discusses forward and inverse kinematics, including:
1. Forward kinematics determines the position of the robot hand given joint variables, while inverse kinematics calculates joint variables for a desired hand position.
2. Homogeneous transformation matrices are used to represent frames, points, vectors and transformations in space.
3. Standard robot coordinate systems include Cartesian, cylindrical, and spherical coordinates. Forward and inverse kinematics equations are provided for position analysis in each system.

4. Motion in a Plane 3.pptx.pptx

1) The document discusses various topics related to motion in a plane including scalar and vector quantities, vectors and their properties, resolution of vectors, projectile motion, and uniform circular motion.
2) Key concepts explained are position and displacement vectors, addition and subtraction of vectors, constant acceleration motion in a plane using components, and the trajectory, time of flight, and range for projectile motion with both horizontal and angled projection.
3) Circular motion is defined as movement along a circular path that can be uniform or non-uniform, and angular displacement is the angle through which an object rotates.

Screw

This document discusses screws and screw theory in geometry and physics. It explains that screws can model displacements, loads, and motions of rigid bodies. Screws are represented by vectors that describe both a rotation about and translation along a screw axis. Velocity and acceleration of rigid bodies can also be described as screws. The relationship between material and spatial accelerations is explored. Screw theory provides a unified way to model kinematics, statics, and dynamics of rigid bodies.

Physics Presentation

The document summarizes key concepts in vector analysis presented in a physics presentation:
Vectors have both magnitude and direction, unlike scalars which only have magnitude. Common vector quantities include displacement, velocity, force. Vectors can be added using the parallelogram law or triangle law. The dot product of two vectors produces a scalar, while the cross product produces a vector perpendicular to the two input vectors. Vector concepts like resolution, equilibrium of forces, and area/volume calculations utilize dot and cross products.

3-D Transformation in Computer Graphics

This PDF gives the detailed information about 3-D Transformations like, Translation, Rotation and Scaling. Classification of Visible Surface Detection Methods, Scan line method, Z -Buffer Method, A- Buffer Method

Reflection, Scaling, Shear, Translation, and Rotation

The algorithm takes input coordinates for a 2D or 3D point and applies various linear transformations - reflection, scaling, shear, translation, and rotation. For reflections, it calculates the reflected coordinates across lines or planes through different axes. For scaling and translation, it multiplies/adds the input coordinates with scaling/translation factors. For rotation, it uses rotation matrices to calculate the rotated coordinates around different axes. It prints the transformed coordinates after applying each transformation.

6.position analysis

1) Kinematic analysis involves finding the positions, velocities, and accelerations of moving parts in order to calculate dynamic forces and component stresses.
2) Coordinate systems are used to describe link positions and displacements independently of rotations. Displacement of a point is the change in its position and is not necessarily the same as the path length between initial and final positions.
3) Vector loop representation models linkages using position vectors that form a closed loop, allowing displacements to be analyzed algebraically.

3D transformation and viewing

1) 3D transformations include translation, rotation, scaling, and shearing. Translation moves an object through addition of values to the x, y, and z coordinates. Rotation rotates an object around the x, y, and z axes through use of rotation matrices.
2) More complex rotations can be achieved by rotating the rotation axis to align with a major axis before applying the rotation, then reversing the alignment rotation.
3) Quaternions provide an efficient way to represent rotations by defining a unit vector along the rotation axis and a rotation angle.

SPHA021 Notes-Classical Mechanics-2020.docx

This document provides information about the Classical Mechanics course SPHA021 including:
- The minimum pass mark is 50% and exam weighting is 40% while tests, practicals and assignments make up the remaining 60%.
- Attendance is important for understanding the material.
- A study guide is available for all chapters at the bookshop.
- The course outline covers topics like rigid body dynamics, simple harmonic motion, Lagrangian and Hamiltonian dynamics. Recommended textbooks are also listed. There will be two assignments, two tests and quizzes throughout the semester.

UNIT-1EMFT_KEE301 by anuj sharma.pptx

This document provides an overview of the topics to be covered in the course Electromagnetic Field Theory (KEE301). The five units that will be covered include: coordinate systems and transformations, electrostatic fields, magnetostatics, magnetic forces, and waves and applications. Vector calculus topics such as gradient, divergence, and curl will also be discussed. Example problems will be solved for various vector operations in different coordinate systems. Key textbooks and references are also listed.

Homogeneous Representation: rotating, shearing

slideshare about homogeneous representation about in 2d and 3d represent and how it work in computer added design.

Fundamentals of Physics (MOTION ALONG A STRAIGHT LINE)

2-1 POSITION, DISPLACEMENT, AND AVERAGE VELOCITY
After reading this module, you should be able to …
2.01 Identify that if all parts of an object move in the same direction and at the same rate, we can treat the object as if it
were a (point-like) particle. (This chapter is about the motion of such objects.)
2.02 Identify that the position of a particle is its location as
read on a scaled axis, such as an x-axis.
2.03 Apply the relationship between a particle’s
displacement and its initial and final positions.
2.04 Apply the relationship between a particle’s average
velocity, its displacement, and the time interval for that
displacement.
2.05 Apply the relationship between a particle’s average
speed, the total distance it moves, and the time interval for
the motion.
2.06 Given a graph of a particle’s position versus time,
determine the average velocity between any two particular
times.
2-1 POSITION, DISPLACEMENT, AND AVERAGE VELOCITY
After reading this module, you should be able to . . .
2.07 Given a particle’s position as a function of time,
calculate the instantaneous velocity for any particular time.
2.08 Given a graph of a particle’s position versus time, determine the instantaneous velocity for any particular time.
2.09 Identify speed as the magnitude of the instantaneous
velocity.
etc......

Unit 3 notes

This document discusses various 2D geometric transformations including translation, rotation, scaling, and more complex transformations. Translation moves an object by adding offsets to x and y coordinates. Rotation repositions an object along a circular path defined by a rotation angle and pivot point. Scaling changes an object's size by multiplying x and y coordinates by scaling factors. More advanced topics covered include reflection, shear transformations, and performing multiple transformations sequentially as composites.

2D transformations

This document discusses 2D transformations in computer graphics, including rotation, reflection, and shearing. It explains rotation using trigonometric equations to express transformed coordinates in terms of an angle, and represents rotation using a rotation matrix. Reflection is described as rotating an object 180 degrees about an axis, and reflection about the x-axis is represented using a matrix. Shearing is defined as a transformation that changes an object's shape by sliding its layers, and shearing matrices for the x and y directions are provided.

Lines and planes in space

This chapter discusses describing and analyzing points, lines, and planes in 3-dimensional space. It introduces vectors as a way to represent geometric objects with both magnitude and direction. Key topics covered include defining lines and planes parametrically using a point and direction vector, vector arithmetic, perpendicular and parallel lines/planes, and computing lengths, angles, and intersections between lines and planes.

Robotics: 3D Movements

The document discusses different methods for representing 3D rotations and orientations, including rotation matrices, Euler angles, and quaternions. It explains that quaternions represent a rotation as a combination of a scalar and vector, and describe how to perform operations like rotation, composition, and normalization using quaternions. Quaternions use fewer parameters than rotation matrices but more easily represent arbitrary rotations and can be interpolated for smooth animation.

Mathematical Background in Physics.pdf

The document provides definitions and explanations of key mathematical concepts used in physics, including fields, scalar fields, vector fields, and differential operators such as gradient, divergence, and curl. It defines each concept and operator and explains their physical significance. The gradient provides the maximum rate of change of a scalar function. Divergence measures the net outward flux per unit volume from a region. Curl represents the maximum value of a line integral of a vector field per unit area and describes how a vector field is changing.

Motion in a plane chapter 3 converted

class 11th physics notes for chapter 3 Ncert and Scert syllabus.
Vectors addition, vector multiplication, vector subtraction,

The principal screw of inertia

The document discusses spatial transformations of twists and wrenches between coordinate frames. It defines transformations for velocities, forces, moments and inertias using skew-symmetric cross product matrices. Euler angles using fixed axes and moving axes are described to represent orientations as rotations about X, Y, Z axes. Joint coordinate systems and anatomical landmarks are defined for the shank. Momentum is defined as linear and angular components and momentum wrenches transform in the same way as force wrenches between frames.

Kinematics final

This document provides an introduction to robot kinematics. It discusses the basic joints used in robotics including revolute, spherical, and prismatic joints. It covers forward and inverse kinematics problems. Key concepts explained include homogeneous transformations using 4x4 matrices to represent rotations and translations between coordinate frames, and rotation matrices for transforming between 3D coordinate systems. Examples are provided for finding the homogeneous transformation matrix between different robot link frames.

Robot kinematics

Robot kinematics

4. Motion in a Plane 3.pptx.pptx

4. Motion in a Plane 3.pptx.pptx

Screw

Screw

Physics Presentation

Physics Presentation

3-D Transformation in Computer Graphics

3-D Transformation in Computer Graphics

Reflection, Scaling, Shear, Translation, and Rotation

Reflection, Scaling, Shear, Translation, and Rotation

6.position analysis

6.position analysis

3D transformation and viewing

3D transformation and viewing

SPHA021 Notes-Classical Mechanics-2020.docx

SPHA021 Notes-Classical Mechanics-2020.docx

UNIT-1EMFT_KEE301 by anuj sharma.pptx

UNIT-1EMFT_KEE301 by anuj sharma.pptx

Homogeneous Representation: rotating, shearing

Homogeneous Representation: rotating, shearing

Fundamentals of Physics (MOTION ALONG A STRAIGHT LINE)

Fundamentals of Physics (MOTION ALONG A STRAIGHT LINE)

Unit 3 notes

Unit 3 notes

2D transformations

2D transformations

Lines and planes in space

Lines and planes in space

Robotics: 3D Movements

Robotics: 3D Movements

Mathematical Background in Physics.pdf

Mathematical Background in Physics.pdf

Motion in a plane chapter 3 converted

Motion in a plane chapter 3 converted

The principal screw of inertia

The principal screw of inertia

Kinematics final

Kinematics final

Generative AI leverages algorithms to create various forms of content

What is Generative AI?

Virtualization: A Key to Efficient Cloud Computing

The document discusses various types of virtualization used in cloud computing. It describes virtualization as a technique that allows sharing of physical resources among multiple customers. There are two main types of hypervisors - Type 1 hypervisors run directly on hardware while Type 2 hypervisors run on a host operating system. The document also summarizes different types of virtualization including hardware, software, memory, storage, network, and desktop virtualization. Benefits of virtualization include improved efficiency, outsourcing of hardware costs, testing software in isolated environments, and emulating machines beyond physical availability.

Automating the Cloud: A Deep Dive into Virtual Machine Provisioning

Virtual machine provisioning allows users to quickly provision new virtual machines through a self-service interface in minutes, rather than the days it previously took to provision physical servers. Virtual machine migration also allows live migration of virtual machines between physical hosts in milliseconds for maintenance or upgrades. Standards like OVF and OCCI help ensure interoperability and portability of virtual machines across platforms. The virtual machine lifecycle includes provisioning, serving requests, and deprovisioning resources when the service is ended.

Harnessing the Power of Google Cloud Platform: Strategies and Applications

The document discusses Google Cloud Platform (GCP), a suite of cloud computing services provided by Google. It provides infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and software as a service (SaaS). GCP allows users to access computing power, storage, databases, and other applications through remote servers on the internet. It offers advantages like scalability, security, redundancy, and cost-effectiveness compared to traditional data centers. Example applications of GCP include enabling collaborative document editing in real-time.

Scheduling in Cloud Computing

Scheduling refers to allocating computing resources like processor time and memory to processes. In cloud computing, scheduling maps jobs to virtual machines. There are two levels of scheduling - at the host level to distribute VMs, and at the VM level to distribute tasks. Common scheduling algorithms include first-come first-served (FCFS), shortest job first (SJF), round robin, and max-min. FCFS prioritizes older jobs but has high wait times. SJF prioritizes shorter jobs but can starve longer ones. Max-min prioritizes longer jobs to optimize resource use. The choice depends on goals like throughput, latency, and fairness.

Cloud-Case study

This document provides a template for submitting case studies to a case study compendium on cloud computing solutions. The template requests information on the customer organization, industry, location, the cloud solution provider, area of application of the cloud solution, challenges addressed, objectives, timeline of implementation, solution approach, challenges during implementation, benefits to the customer, innovation enabled, partnerships involved, and a customer testimonial. It requests details on the cloud solution type (IaaS, PaaS, or SaaS), quantitative and qualitative benefits realized by the customer, and how the solution helped boost innovation. Contact details of the submitter are also requested. The focus is on how cloud platforms and solutions enabled customer enterprises to innovate and

RAID

RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) uses multiple hard disks or solid-state drives to protect data by storing it across the drives in a way that if one drive fails, the data can still be accessed from the other drives. There are different RAID levels that provide varying levels of data protection and performance. A RAID controller manages the drives in an array, presenting them as a single logical drive and improving performance and reliability. Common RAID levels include RAID 0 for performance without redundancy, RAID 1 for disk mirroring, and RAID 5 for striping with parity data distributed across drives. [/SUMMARY]

Load balancing in cloud computing.pptx

Cloud load balancing distributes workloads and network traffic across computing resources in a cloud environment to improve performance and availability. It routes incoming traffic to multiple servers or other resources while balancing the load. Load balancing in the cloud is typically software-based and offers benefits like scalability, reliability, reduced costs, and flexibility compared to traditional hardware-based load balancing. Common cloud providers like AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure offer multiple load balancing options that vary based on needs and network layers.

Cluster Computing

A computer cluster is a set of computers that work together so that they can be viewed as a single system.

ITU-T requirement for cloud and cloud deployment model

List and explain the functional requirements for networking as per the ITU-T technical report. List and explain cloud deployment models and list relative strengths and weaknesses of the deployment models with neat diagram.

Leetcode Problem Solution

The document contains descriptions of several LeetCode problems ranging from Medium to Hard difficulty. It provides details about the Maximum Level Sum of a Binary Tree, Jump Game III, Minesweeper, Binary Tree Level Order Traversal, Number of Operations to Make Network Connected, Open the Lock, Sliding Puzzle, and Trapping Rain Water II problems. It also includes pseudocode and explanations for solving the Number of Operations to Make Network Connected and Open the Lock problems.

Leetcode Problem Solution

The document discusses three problems: (1) finding the cheapest flight route between two cities with at most k stops using DFS and pruning; (2) merging k sorted linked lists into one sorted list using a priority queue; (3) using a sequence of acceleration (A) and reversing (R) instructions to reach a target position in the shortest number of steps for a car that can move to negative positions.

Trie Data Structure

Trie Data Structure
LINK: https://leetcode.com/tag/trie/
Easy:
1. Longest Word in Dictionary
Medium:
1. Count Substrings That Differ by One Character
2. Replace Words
3. Top K Frequent Words
4. Maximum XOR of Two Numbers in an Array
5. Map Sum Pairs
Hard:
1. Concatenated Words
2. Word Search II

Reviewing basic concepts of relational database

The document discusses the basics of relational databases. It defines what a database is, the advantages it provides over file-based data storage, and some disadvantages. It also covers relational database concepts like tables, records, fields, keys, and normalization. The document explains how to design a relational database by determining the purpose and entities, modeling relationships with E-R diagrams, and following steps to normalize the data.

Reviewing SQL Concepts

https://youtu.be/0l83FZfrerg
What is SQL?
What Can SQL do?
SQL Syntax
Semicolon after SQL Statements?

Advanced database protocols

https://youtu.be/yP14a2Qzx8c
DATABASE PROTOCOLS OVERVIEW
Oracle Two-Tier
Two-Tier and Three-Tier Computing Models

Measures of query cost

The document discusses measures of query cost in database management systems. It explains that query cost can be measured by factors like the number of disk accesses, size of the table, and time taken by the CPU. It further breaks down disk access time into components like seek time, rotational latency, and sequential vs. random I/O. The document then provides an example formula to calculate estimated query cost based on these components.

Involvement of WSN in Smart Cities

This document discusses how wireless sensor networks (WSNs) can be used in smart city applications. It first defines WSNs as self-configured, infrastructure-less networks that use sensors to monitor conditions like temperature, sound, and pollution. It then discusses how WSNs can influence lifestyle by enabling applications in areas like healthcare, transportation, the environment and more. Finally, it discusses how WSNs are a primary strength for smart cities by allowing remote and cost-effective monitoring of infrastructure and resources across applications like smart water, smart grid, and smart transportation.

Data Structure and its Fundamentals

The document provides an overview and syllabus for a course on fundamentals of data structures. It covers topics such as linear and non-linear data structures including arrays, stacks, queues, linked lists, trees and graphs. It describes various data types in C like integers, floating-point numbers, characters and enumerated types. It also discusses operations on different data structures and analyzing algorithm complexity.

WORKING WITH FILE AND PIPELINE PARAMETER BINDING

EXPORTING USER INFORMATION TO A FILE
SEND OUTPUT CONSISTING OF PIPELINE DATA
PREDICTING PIPELINE BEHAVIOR

Generative AI leverages algorithms to create various forms of content

Generative AI leverages algorithms to create various forms of content

Virtualization: A Key to Efficient Cloud Computing

Virtualization: A Key to Efficient Cloud Computing

Automating the Cloud: A Deep Dive into Virtual Machine Provisioning

Automating the Cloud: A Deep Dive into Virtual Machine Provisioning

Harnessing the Power of Google Cloud Platform: Strategies and Applications

Harnessing the Power of Google Cloud Platform: Strategies and Applications

Scheduling in Cloud Computing

Scheduling in Cloud Computing

Cloud-Case study

Cloud-Case study

RAID

RAID

Load balancing in cloud computing.pptx

Load balancing in cloud computing.pptx

Cluster Computing

Cluster Computing

ITU-T requirement for cloud and cloud deployment model

ITU-T requirement for cloud and cloud deployment model

Leetcode Problem Solution

Leetcode Problem Solution

Leetcode Problem Solution

Leetcode Problem Solution

Trie Data Structure

Trie Data Structure

Reviewing basic concepts of relational database

Reviewing basic concepts of relational database

Reviewing SQL Concepts

Reviewing SQL Concepts

Advanced database protocols

Advanced database protocols

Measures of query cost

Measures of query cost

Involvement of WSN in Smart Cities

Involvement of WSN in Smart Cities

Data Structure and its Fundamentals

Data Structure and its Fundamentals

WORKING WITH FILE AND PIPELINE PARAMETER BINDING

WORKING WITH FILE AND PIPELINE PARAMETER BINDING

Determination of Equivalent Circuit parameters and performance characteristic...

Includes the testing of induction motor to draw the circle diagram of induction motor with step wise procedure and calculation for the same. Also explains the working and application of Induction generator

openshift technical overview - Flow of openshift containerisatoin

openshift overview

Mechanical Engineering on AAI Summer Training Report-003.pdf

Mechanical Engineering PROJECT REPORT ON SUMMER VOCATIONAL TRAINING
AT MBB AIRPORT

Object Oriented Analysis and Design - OOAD

This ppt gives detailed description of Object Oriented Analysis and design.

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of NoC design presents numerous challenges related to
performance metrics such as scalability, latency, power
consumption, and signal integrity. This project addresses the
issues within the router's memory unit and proposes an enhanced
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in a Bi-directional NoC (Bi-NoC) configuration. The primary
objective is to reduce the router's workload while enhancing the
FIFO internal structure. To further improve data transfer speed,
a Bi-NoC with a self-configurable intercommunication channel is
suggested. Simulation and synthesis results demonstrate
guaranteed throughput, predictable latency, and equitable
network access, showing significant improvement over previous
designs

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AI in customer support will integrate with emerging technologies such as augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) to enhance service delivery. AR-enabled smart glasses or VR environments will provide immersive support experiences, allowing customers to visualize solutions, receive step-by-step guidance, and interact with virtual support agents in real-time. These technologies will bridge the gap between physical and digital experiences, offering innovative ways to resolve issues, demonstrate products, and deliver personalized training and support.
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7:个人信誉贷款加10分
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校徽：象征着学校的荣誉和传承。
校名:学校英文全称
授予学位：本部分将注明获得的具体学位名称。
毕业生姓名：这是最重要的信息之一，标志着该证书是由特定人员获得的。
颁发日期：这是毕业正式生效的时间，也代表着毕业生学业的结束。
其他信息：根据不同的专业和学位，可能会有一些特定的信息或章节。
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◇申请留学生创业基金
留信网认证的作用:
1:该专业认证可证明留学生真实身份
2:同时对留学生所学专业登记给予评定
3:国家专业人才认证中心颁发入库证书
4:这个认证书并且可以归档倒地方
5:凡事获得留信网入网的信息将会逐步更新到个人身份内，将在公安局网内查询个人身份证信息后，同步读取人才网入库信息
6:个人职称评审加20分
7:个人信誉贷款加10分
8:在国家人才网主办的国家网络招聘大会中纳入资料，供国家高端企业选择人才
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颁发日期：这是毕业正式生效的时间，也代表着毕业生学业的结束。
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本公司拥有海外各大学样板无数，能完美还原。
1:1完美还原海外各大学毕业材料上的工艺：水印，阴影底纹，钢印LOGO烫金烫银，LOGO烫金烫银复合重叠。文字图案浮雕、激光镭射、紫外荧光、温感、复印防伪等防伪工艺。材料咨询办理、认证咨询办理请加学历顾问微bwp0011
【主营项目】
一.毕业证【微bwp0011】成绩单、使馆认证、教育部认证、雅思托福成绩单、学生卡等！
二.真实使馆公证(即留学回国人员证明,不成功不收费)
三.真实教育部学历学位认证（教育部存档！教育部留服网站永久可查）
四.办理各国各大学文凭(一对一专业服务,可全程监控跟踪进度)
如果您处于以下几种情况：
◇在校期间，因各种原因未能顺利毕业……拿不到官方毕业证【微bwp0011】
◇面对父母的压力，希望尽快拿到；
◇不清楚认证流程以及材料该如何准备；
◇回国时间很长，忘记办理；
◇回国马上就要找工作，办给用人单位看；
◇企事业单位必须要求办理的
◇需要报考公务员、购买免税车、落转户口
◇申请留学生创业基金
留信网认证的作用:
1:该专业认证可证明留学生真实身份
2:同时对留学生所学专业登记给予评定
3:国家专业人才认证中心颁发入库证书
4:这个认证书并且可以归档倒地方
5:凡事获得留信网入网的信息将会逐步更新到个人身份内，将在公安局网内查询个人身份证信息后，同步读取人才网入库信息
6:个人职称评审加20分
7:个人信誉贷款加10分
8:在国家人才网主办的国家网络招聘大会中纳入资料，供国家高端企业选择人才

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- 2. INTRODUCTION VECTORS – Something which has both magnitude and direction in space. OBJECTS – Anything which occupies space, has dimensions and has a physical existence.
- 3. Matrix Representation - Representation Of A Point In Space A point P in space : 3 coordinates relative to a reference frame Representation of a point in space ^ ^ ^ P ax iby jcz k
- 4. Representation of a vector in space -Representation of a Vector in Space A Vector P in space : 3 coordinates of its tail and of its head ^ ^ ^ P ax iby jcz k x z y w P MATRIX REPRESENTATION Where w is Scale factor
- 5. FRAMES REPRESENTATION OF FRAMES VECTOR MATRIX NOTATION OF A FRAME
- 6. Representation of a frame in a frame Each Unit Vector is mutually perpendicular. : normal, orientation, approach vector nz oz az Pz 0 0 0 1 y y y y P nx ox ax Px n F o a Representation of a Frame in a Fixed Reference Frame
- 7. MAPPING OF FRAMES MAPPING – Changing the description of a point in space from one frame to another. MAPPING BETWEEN ROTATED FRAMES MAPPING BETWEEN TRANSLATED FRAMES COMPOSITE MAPPING
- 11. DESCRIPTION OF OBJECTS IN SPACE
- 12. Representation of an object in space An object can be represented in space by attaching a frame to it and representing the frame in space. nx ox ax Px ny oy ay Py nz oz az Pz 0 0 0 1 Fobject Representation of a Rigid Body
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- 18. Homogeneous Transformation Matrices A transformation matrices must be in square form. •It is much easier to calculate the inverse of square matrices. •To multiply two matrices, their dimensions must match. nx ox ax Px F n y o y a y Py nz oz az Pz 0 0 0 1
- 19. THANK YOU