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How to calculate the coordinate of a point which depends on other points on a plane with specific distances

I have $8$ points on a plane $(x_1,y_1)....(x_8,y_8)$ among these $8$ points I know the coordinates for $7$ points and I have to find the $8^{th}$ point. Each points has the difference between all ...
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Family of lines $\sin\alpha x +\sin\beta y +\sin\gamma =0$

Problem : If $\sin(\alpha + \beta)\sin(\alpha -\beta) =\sin\gamma (2\sin\beta +\sin\gamma), 0 < \alpha , \beta ,\gamma <\pi$ then the family of lines $\sin\alpha x +\sin\beta y +\sin\gamma =0$ ...
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Alternatives to polar coordinates for mapping point onto one dimensional coordinate

I can map a point (x,y) to polar coordinates (angle,length). However, let's say in this (angle, length) pair, "length" doesn't actually interest me, so I can map (x,y) to a one dimensional ...
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Equation of tangent on Cartesian plane given center and radius of a circle

If I have a generic circle with radius $r$ and center $(h, k)$, and a tangent line with point of tangency $(x, y)$, can you give me the equation of the tangent line? Thanks!
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An error in Wikipedia? (trigonometry)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N-sphere In "Spherical coordinates" section the hyperspherical coordinates are results of arccosinus function. In some other sources there is arccotangent instead: ...
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A method of calculation coordinates in order to implement it to a code language!

lets say that we have three points A(xa,ya,za), B(xb,yb,zv), C(xc,yc,zc) with known coordinates in 3d space. Is there a method to calculate the coordinates (x,y,z) of another point D for which the ...
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How to find location of a point for a rectangle

I have a circle with a line that is drawn through it at two points. I have the coordinate for the center of the circle, the two coordinates where it intersects the circle and the radius as well. I ...
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solving 3-d coordinates from x, y and z distance

I working with WiFi positioning and i want to know the exact coordinate where I am. Here is the problem..
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Coordinates rotation by $120$ degree

If I have a point on a standard grid with coordinates say: $A_1=(1000,0)$ $A_2=(707,707)$ Is there a easy way to transfer this points to $\pm 120$ degrees from the origin $(0,0)$, and ...
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Graph of Sin(x) along the line y=x

Well, I want the equation of $\sin(x)$ which has the line $y=x$ as it's axis. Basically I want the $\frac\pi4$ rotation of the curve y=$\sin(x)$. I already attempted differentiating the curve and ...
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Converting from spherical coordinates to cartesian around arbitrary vector $N$

So if I'm given an arbitrary unit vector $N$ and another vector $V$ defined in spherical coordinates $\theta$ (polar angle between $N$ and $V$) and $\phi$ (azimuthal angle) and $r = 1$. How do I ...
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Getting latitude/longitude from a 2d co-ord system [duplicate]

Given a latitude/longitude and a distance and bearing in relation to that point, how can I find the latitude/longitude of the new position? Distances can range from 0-100km so curvature of the earth ...
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Parametrically defined Spheres in $R^n$

So I have 2 questions here which are closely linked: How do you parametrically define the circle $(x')^2 + (y')^2 = r^2$ using (x') and (y') as coordinates on the plane ax + by + cz = 0 that are ...
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Calculate the X,Y values of an ellipse

I guess am confused somewhere. I have the length(l) and breadth(b) of an ellipse enclosing rectangle. I know the center point and the angle(x) that the line makes with the center. I want to know the ...
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Calculate Camera Pitch & Yaw To Face Point

How do you calculate pitch & yaw for a camera so that it faces a certain 3D point? Variables Camera X, Y, Z Point X, Y, Z Current Half Solution Currently I know how to calculate the pitch, ...
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How to figure out if a point is inside the bounds of a rotated rectangle [duplicate]

I'm trying to figure out an approach (or a formula) to determine if a point (x,y) is inside the bounds of a rotated rectangle. For this test we can assume that the rectangle is centered on the ...
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find parameter for maximize area

suppose that we have Cartesian coordinate system.and suppose that we have three point which depend on parameter $t$,where t belongs to $(0,1)$;points are $A(cos(3-t),sin(3-t))$ $B(cos(t),sin(t))$ ...
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New x coordinate of a rotated line

I need help finding the equation to find $x$ I work in GIS and I'm working on a script that uses the new x coordinate of a rotated line. I havent work with trigonometry in a long long time so I ...
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Solve $x_0 = a\cos(x) + b\cos(x+y-\pi) + c\cos(x+y+z-2\pi)$ and $y_0 = a\sin(x) + b\sin(x+y-\pi) + c\sin(x+y+z-2\pi)$

It has been a while since last time I have tried to solve a trigonometric problem $x_0 = a\cos(x) + b\cos(x+y-\pi) + c\cos(x+y+z-2\pi)$ $y_0 = a\sin(x) + b\sin(x+y-\pi) + c\sin(x+y+z-2\pi)$ Is it ...
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Find two points across diameter a circle, based on a known position and an isosceles triangle produced from these three points.

I want to find two points across diameter a circle, based on a known position and an isosceles triangle produced from three points that I'll describe as a (the known position) and b and c ( the ...
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How to find an end point of an arc given another end point, radius, and arc direction?

Given an arbitrary arc, where you know the following values: end point (x1,y1), radius (r) and arc direction (e.g. clockwise or counterclockwise from start to end), how can I calculate the other ...
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Calculate coordinates of the a point in space with hypotenuse and two angles given

I have a cylinder with a length of $2$, and two angles for rotation around two of the axes. Functions for that are named $\text{RotX}$ (rotation around X axis) and $\text{RotZ}$ (rotation around Z ...
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Getting specific data points depending on XY coordinates

I am writing an application that uses GPS coordinates to gather information on nearby places based on which direction the driver is headed. I would post a picture, but being a new poster prevents me ...
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Convert LLA (long, lat, alt) to flat earth model

I would like to divide the globe into 1000 $\times$ 1000 meter geodesic squares, and then map any long / lat to the applicable square. The altitude of each block would be the altitude of the earth at ...
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Finding points relating to the edge of a circle in an x,y coordinate system

My question is a bit hard for me to express, so please bear with me. I never got far in trig, and haven't done much on the subject in years; trying to get back into it as it's a pretty major part of ...
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Calculating Travel Direction of two coordinates

Maths isn't my strong point and i've been stuck here for hours trying to figure out how do to this (it's probably gona be very easy to do now as well) but it's driving me crazy so i'm going to ask for ...
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Direction ratio of a vector in 3d?

Suppose I have a vector whose starting end is the origin & the other end can be in any of the 8 quadrants (in 3d). I can easily get direction ratios for the vector & also know in which ...
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Bearing from one point to another on 2D number plane

Title says it all, I'm looking for the formula to get the bearing from one point to another on a number plane. I have found examples of this for lat/lon around the earth but that's not exactly what i ...
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Deriving 2D Coordinate Rotation Formula

I'm trying to write out the steps in code for deriving the 2D coordinate rotation formula so I can understand it. ...
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Determine whether or not a point lies within a rotated rectangle

I need some maths help for a 2D game I am programming. In this game I have a rectangle, specified by its centers' X and Y coordinates, and its width and height. I then rotate this rectangle via ...
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In my textbook,the coordinate (x,y) by sine and cosine addition formula seems to form a circle,is that a coincidence?

In my textbook,the coordinate (x,y) by sine and cosine addition formula seems to form a circle,is that a coincidence ?Since the addition formula once was defined by acute case and to prove by geometry ...