|Feb1-10, 05:19 PM||#1|
Non centered Parallax Question
in Part two of this lab found here
It discusses calculating the parallax angle when the object is not between the baseline (figure 2)
I agree with the relation for the parallax angle, And I agree with the general result from part 1 which allows one to determine the distance R to the object. I don't agree that you can use the parallax angle from part 2 into the relation from part 1 to find what the author calls R.
Note This is not a hw assigment, or my lab. (How does one justify using the formula from part 1 with the parallax from part 2)?
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