Hey guys, I am stuck with the problem as described above. As an example let's say I have this situation:
In this example everything is calculated but let's suppose the angle 50° is unknown and I want to calculate it by only knowing
[0.204 -1.332; -1.332 3.796]
[1 2; 2 3]
So the problem is that I have an equation of the form:
Is it even possible to calculate the angle with Matlab? I thought I have to bring the problem to the form:
But I don't know how to do that with the transpose matrix Q^T in the way. And then I only have one unknown but 2 equations... In my actual problem in 3D I have 3 unknown angles, I just wanted to use this 2D example to showcase my problem.
I tried to solve it by expanding the 3 matrix products and calculate the angle by using a symbolic value and "solve" but the result was wrong...
Note that my actual problem is 3D, with 3 unknowns to calculate. I just wanted to use this easier example for describing my problem in general.
I hope you can point me in the right direction. Any help is much appreciated!