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Wuhber, Can I get your email, I want to send you some screenshots of the data
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I managed to get the points. However, the points in a row, they are not same. I mean when I solve the nonlinear equations to get points p(1,1) for a whole row, there is a difference of 1 degree between the point at the start of the row and the point at the end. Is it normal?
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But about finding the point p(1,0) is it correct? I mean the one that I have mentioned in the question. I just want to be sure that I have done it correctly. Thanks
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Sure I will move it to stackoverflow
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Also I have further issues. When I used calculateDistance( latitude1,longitude1,latitude2,longitude2 ), with latitude2 and longitude2 to be of point(1,1) defining sysm latitude2 and longitude2 and solve,it says that atan2 doesn't accept input of type of sym
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Whuber, I have made some changes in the question itself. Could you suggest me if it is the right way to go? I am pretty confused how to exactly use the mathworks.com/help/toolbox/symbolic/solve.html and mathworks.com/help/toolbox/map/ref/distance.html. In the distance function, I cannot actually get the equations to pass the solve function. So I thought that I should write my own distance function.