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  • 5 years ago

2d Rotation equations?

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  1. anonymous
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    Any fixed shape rotated (2pi rads) in the plane make a circle with a diameter equal to the largest dimension of the shape having a center half way between the two furthest points.

  2. anonymous
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    wait what?

  3. anonymous
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    If you take some shape, find the two furthest points, mark the half way point and use that as the axis of rotation, you have a circle with the diameter the length of that longest side

  4. anonymous
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    if you rotate it 360degrees.

  5. anonymous
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    i dont think thats the answer im looking for, i know it has something to do with Phi and x' and y'

  6. anonymous
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    What do you want from the rotation? Perimeter and surface area?

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    never mind i figured it out

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