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^{2}cos

^{2}θ+2cosθ(-mb+bc

^{2}-bz-bcsinθ)+2sinθ(cm-cz)-c

^{2}sin

^{2}θ=p

How to get θ in terms of b,c,m,z,p

The equation i formed to calculate the dynamic

PLs, anyone can help to solve this, i would much appreciate! im doing my FYP!

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How to get θ in terms of b,c,m,z,p

The equation i formed to calculate the dynamic

PLs, anyone can help to solve this, i would much appreciate! im doing my FYP!

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and also how if i want to use numerical method? how to use it ? Matlab?

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Using Newton Raphson? (i donno how to use software, only know how to use handwritten)

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(-5 - 6 x + x^2 - 4 (1 - x^2))^2 == (-4 + 4 x)^2 (1 - x^2)

Wolfram Alpha, using the link below, finds x = -.45969. you can then find theta using the arccos function, or a calculator.

http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?...-4+(1-x^2))^2+==+(-4+4+x)^2(1-x^2),+{x,+0.5}]

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