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Author: b1ueshift
Time: 12/12/03 16:52 PST
This is a reply to message no. 12803 by ozogg
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Rotation as a vector
ozogg,

You say that linear displacement is a vector because it has direction and magnitude.  Surley angular displacement is a vector also, it has direction and magnitude.
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