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% 10/21/2009 11:47 PM % Function Name: plotRotation % Inputs: 1. x, a vector of x points % 2. z, a vector of z points % 3. theta, a vector of thetas % Outputs: there should be no outputs % % Function % Write a function named plotRotation that takes in three inputs of % vectors x, z, and theta. The function should plot three plots in the % same figure by using the subplot command. The figure should have 1x3 % plots and the plots should be in the following order: % 1. z vs. x - Titled as 'z vs. x'. Note that you will have to use % plot3() to correctly plot this in the xz plane rather than the yx % plane as plot() would do. Also, you should use view(0, 0) to make % the plot produced by plot3() show up as 2D as shown in the example % image. Do *NOT* set the axis for this plot. % % 2. z vs. x (about x) - Titled as 'z vs. x about x using mesh'. A % plot of the rotation of the z vs y line (from plot 1) rotated % around the x axis using mesh() with flat shading and a square axis. % % 3. z vs. x (about z) - Titled as 'z vs. x about z using surf'. A
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2009 for the course CS 1371 taught by Professor Stallworth during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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