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Topic: (probably a) trigonometric algorithm?
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Bart Van der Donck

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(probably a) trigonometric algorithm?
Posted: Sep 30, 2013 11:30 AM
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Hello,

Say X = width of the object, we know it lies between 1150 and 1380.
Say Y = height of the object, we know it lies between 2400 and 2735.

Now suppose the following table:
http://www.dotinternet.be/temp/ods.pdf

How do we know if a given combination of X and Y is in the grey area ('not allowed') or in the area with white squares ('allowed') ?

Eg. when X=1250 and Y=2550 -> area 'allowed'
Eg. when X=1300 and Y=2700 -> area 'not allowed'

Thanks,

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Bart



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