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Using Eigenvalue Analysis to Rotate in 3D
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A Pair of Biorthogonal Bases in the Real Plane
Three Vector Spaces
Equation of a Plane
Signed 2D Triangle Area from the Cross Product of Edge Vectors
Singular Values in 2D
Geometry of Quartic Polynomials
Parametric Equation of a Circle in 3D
Degrees of Freedom of a Moving Rigid Body
Scalar Multiple of a Vector
Coordinate Transformation of a-Matrix and alpha-Matrix
Projection of One 2D Vector to Another
The Scalar Triple Product Gives the Volume of a Parallelepiped
The Sum of Two Counter-Rotating Circular Vectors Is an Ellipse
Triple Vector Product
Approximating Ackermann Steering Geometry with a Trapezoidal Linkage
Elastic Collision of Two Disks
The Path of the Rear Wheels of a Bus
Gram-Schmidt Process in Three Dimensions
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