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Can anyone explain how these two particles actually a complete molecule (given in the image)will rotate about x-axis?
What kind of answer do you expect? A movie with the rotation of the molecule?gracy said:View attachment 76442
Can anyone explain how these two particles actually a complete molecule (given in the image)will rotate about x-axis?
Rotation about an x-axis is a type of transformation in which an object is rotated around the x-axis, which is the horizontal axis on a 3D coordinate system.
The main difference is the axis around which the object is rotated. Rotation about an x-axis occurs around the horizontal axis, while rotation about a y-axis occurs around the vertical axis and rotation about a z-axis occurs around the depth axis.
Rotation about an x-axis is used to describe the orientation and movement of objects in three-dimensional space, which is important in fields such as geometry, physics, and engineering.
In mathematics, rotation about an x-axis is represented using a 3x3 rotation matrix. This matrix is used to calculate the new position of a point after it has been rotated around the x-axis.
Some real-life examples of rotation about an x-axis include the rotation of a wheel on a car, the motion of a door opening and closing, and the rotation of the Earth on its axis.