
#1
Mar712, 09:04 AM

P: 1

Let say I have a triangle(polygon). I know all the coordinates of all points(x1,x2,x3,y1,y2,y3). Let say the polygon is inclined(at x3,y3) and it's angle is 30 degree. How to get the point x4, y4?




#2
Mar712, 08:57 PM

P: 343

You have not given a clear problem statement at all. To start, you have not really stated what the coordinate directions x and y are. Then you speak of the polygon being inclined; do you mean that it is tipped out of its original plane? If so, it would seem that the implied original x and y coordinates no longer have any meaning at all.
I suggest you try all over again, being sure that we can tell what you intend to say. 



#3
Mar1012, 04:00 PM

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