Resolving a 3D Vector into Cartesian Components 
Resolving a 3D Vector into Cartesian Components
by TTU / Jeff Hanson
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Date Added: February 23, 2016

Lecture Description

This is a statics lesson to derive angle phi and angle theta z. These equations are used when a vector is given by two angles but needs to be resolved into xyz components.

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Course Description

ME 2301 is a first semester, sophomore level class in statics. Throughout this course you will learn to do an analyses of particles, rigid bodies, trusses, frames, and machines in static equilibrium with applied forces and couples.


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