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Mar
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awarded  Yearling
Mar
6
accepted Representing rotations using quaternions
Mar
4
comment Representing rotations using quaternions
@RespawnedFluff These articles are too technical for me to understand, but as far as I could, with a 3 dimensional representation of rotations in a 3D space, there could be some cases where a rotation can be denoted by two different numbers. Is that so? For the constructor, it may be a conversion from Euler angles but the documentation doesn't refer to Euler angles at any point.
Mar
4
comment Representing rotations using quaternions
@AvZ Haha, it's kind of a broad subject but as I wrote in the question, I'm using a game engine called Unity and C# language. The rotation animation I asked about is explained in this tutorial around 19:00.
Mar
4
comment Representing rotations using quaternions
@AvZ Not at all, I was just trying to create some animations in a game.
Mar
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asked Representing rotations using quaternions
Dec
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awarded  Caucus
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Curious
Apr
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comment Instructive video content for High School kids?
What about ViHart?
Apr
24
comment Differentiation/ find the derivative
I would propose to check this and this. You can create a free trial account to see the proof...
Mar
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Necromancer
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
29
accepted Euclidian division of polynomials
Dec
29
comment Euclidian division of polynomials
Using you method, I found $a=(2^n+8^n)/10$ and $b=(8^n-4.2^n)/5$. Is that right?
Dec
29
asked Euclidian division of polynomials
Oct
30
comment Find all real solutions of $\,(x^2+2)^3 = x^2 \cdot (x^4-2)^5$
I'd like to say to expand the expression $(x^2+2)^3-x^2(x^4-2)^5$, factoring with the highest exponent of $x$ ($x^{22}$) and reducing to a unique fraction the appearing expression but it's still a huge job...
Aug
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accepted Random math questions (modular arithmetic & notation)
Aug
4
comment Random math questions (modular arithmetic & notation)
Thanks get it now :)