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Since I am taking dynamics right now, I thought I would write a short thread on coordinate motion that goes into more depth than most second year dynamics courses which tend to gloss things over.

The only thing you need you follow along is basic dynamics, calculus III, and minor familiarity with matrix theory (Most of it is just stuff from the first few weeks).

Before I get into coordinate motion, I will breifly review the Dot Product, Cross Product, and the Euclidean Norm, which will be used in the analysis of coordinate motion.

Note: I might be a little bit slow in posting, but I'll try to do it as fast as I can. (And I am trying to relearn latex.

Hopefully if your taking dynamics this will expose to a little more depth of the subject and make coordinate motion more clear and rigorous.

The only thing you need you follow along is basic dynamics, calculus III, and minor familiarity with matrix theory (Most of it is just stuff from the first few weeks).

Before I get into coordinate motion, I will breifly review the Dot Product, Cross Product, and the Euclidean Norm, which will be used in the analysis of coordinate motion.

Note: I might be a little bit slow in posting, but I'll try to do it as fast as I can. (And I am trying to relearn latex.

Hopefully if your taking dynamics this will expose to a little more depth of the subject and make coordinate motion more clear and rigorous.

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