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What would be the Y-Axis if:

X-Axis: theta=266.4 phi=-28.94

Z-Axis: theta=192.85 phi=27.13

where:

theta=atan(Y/X)

phi=asin(Z/R)

My thinking, theta is +90 from X-Axis and phi is -90 from the Z-Axis.

Is the Y-Axis theta=356.4 phi=-62.87?

What would be the Y-Axis if:

X-Axis: theta=266.4 phi=-28.94

Z-Axis: theta=192.85 phi=27.13

where:

theta=atan(Y/X)

phi=asin(Z/R)

My thinking, theta is +90 from X-Axis and phi is -90 from the Z-Axis.

Is the Y-Axis theta=356.4 phi=-62.87?

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