rotateBodies - function rotateBodies(u,v,th) %Given three...

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function rotateBodies(u,v,th) %Given three vectors x, z, and theta, write a function rotateBodies that %will generate three plots. Your function should plot the three plots %in the same figure by using the subplot command. The figure should %have 1x3 plots. The plots should be as follows: %1. z vs. x; titled 'z vs. x'. Note that you will have to use %plot3() to correctly plot this in the xz plane rather than the xy %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. %2. z vs. x rotated around the x axis using mesh() with flat shading %and a square axis; titled 'z vs. x about x using mesh'. Turn on %the background grid. %3. z vs. x rotated around the z axis using surf() with interp %shading and a square axis; titled 'z vs. x about z using surf'. %Turn on the background grid. %usage: rotateBodies(u,v,th); subplot(1,3,1); %makes a 1 by 3 subplot with position 1 cols = length(u); %determines the number of columns needed to create the y data
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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.

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