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Viewing the point P from two directions in the complex plane P O Re Im Q Position Analysis of a 4 bar RRRR Linkage Using Complex Numbers
Separating the real P O Re Im Q Position Analysis of a 4 bar RRRR Linkage Using Complex Numbers And the imaginary parts We have two unknowns And two scalar equations to solve for them
Rearranging terms P O Re Im Q Position Analysis of a 4 bar RRRR Linkage Using Complex Numbers Squaring and adding
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