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Solving geodesic problems with Euler-Lagrange equation
This is the question: Problem B.1 Two cities - Tel-Aviv, Israel and SanDiego, CA - have the same latitude 32 ◦ N, but, diﬀerent longitudes: Tel-Aviv is 34 ◦ E and San-Diego is 117 ◦ W. What is the ...
Apr 23 '12 at 0:35
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