|Jun13-12, 08:07 AM||#1|
Show that a rotation by θ followed by a rotation by φ can be expressed as either
two consecutive rotations, or one rotation of (θ + φ). That is, show that Qθ Qφ = Qθ+φ, where Q is the rotation matrix.
Can any one answer this question I'm a beginner in Linear Algebra
|Jun13-12, 10:55 AM||#2|
What is the rotation matrix with angle [itex]\theta[/itex]??
|Jun13-12, 01:18 PM||#3|
do the matrix multiplication and see what happens
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