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function output = ABCs_rotation(u,v,theta)
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% For this ABC assignment, you will write a function ABCs_rotation which
% will take in u and v data as well as theta.
theta is an angle or vector
% of angles in radians.
If theta is one angle, then you should perform 2D
% rotation on the u and v data; assume that u = x and v = y.
Your output
% should be a matrix where the first row is x data and the second row is y
% data. If theta is a vector, then create two bodies of rotation about the
% x and z axis.
Your output should be a cell array containg two cell
% arrays, each of length three, that have the x, y, and z data from
% rotating the given u and v data around the x and z axes, respectively.
% Each cell array should be 1xN.
%
% A pretest has intentionally not been created for this ABC assignment.
To
% test this assignment, run it from the command line. You can use u = 0:10
% and v = u.^2.
If you don't know what theta should be, consult your book
% for examples.
%
% If theta is a scalar, do 2D rotation.
if length(theta) == 1
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2010 for the course CS 1371 taught by Professor Stallworth during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.
 Spring '08
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