PB =[range*cosd(bearing);range*sind(bearing);1] ;
i don't know why it does not work
r = range;
a = bearing;
C = T * [ r*cosd(a); r*sind(a); 1 ];
PB = C(1:2, 1);
could someone explain why this solution is wrong!
Why do we have to use the inv(T) to make it work? I think it should use T instead.
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