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volican

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I am working on an engineering problem and I have an equation which takes the following form:

x = (A * cosα * sinθ) + (B * sinα * cosθ)

Can this be further simplified? It almost looks like one of the sum-difference formulas you find in tables of trigonometric identities. I'm not to sure about the different coeffieints though. Any help would be much apreciated.