Question Solved1 Answer Consider a two-link planar robot, with positive orientations of \( \theta_{1} \) and \( \theta_{2} \) as shown in Fig. P3.18. (a) Suppose \( \theta_{1}=-30^{\circ}, \theta_{2}=120^{\circ}, l_{1}= \) 5 in., and \( l_{2}=3 \) in. Sketch the orientation of the robot in the \( x-y \) plane, and determine the \( x-y \) coordinates of point \( P \).

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Transcribed Image Text: Consider a two-link planar robot, with positive orientations of \( \theta_{1} \) and \( \theta_{2} \) as shown in Fig. P3.18. (a) Suppose \( \theta_{1}=-30^{\circ}, \theta_{2}=120^{\circ}, l_{1}= \) 5 in., and \( l_{2}=3 \) in. Sketch the orientation of the robot in the \( x-y \) plane, and determine the \( x-y \) coordinates of point \( P \).
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Transcribed Image Text: Consider a two-link planar robot, with positive orientations of \( \theta_{1} \) and \( \theta_{2} \) as shown in Fig. P3.18. (a) Suppose \( \theta_{1}=-30^{\circ}, \theta_{2}=120^{\circ}, l_{1}= \) 5 in., and \( l_{2}=3 \) in. Sketch the orientation of the robot in the \( x-y \) plane, and determine the \( x-y \) coordinates of point \( P \).
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plz like it ud83dudc4d.If any mistakes let me know through comment section below ud83dudc47Sof given data{:[theta_(1)=-30^(@),theta_(2)=120^(@)],[l_(1)=sin,l_(2)=3in]:}The vector Position of Point P_(1) is{:[ vec(r)_(p_(1))=(L_(1)cos theta_(1)) hat(i)+(L_(1)sin theta_(1)) hat(j)],[=5cos(-30^(@)) hat(i)+(5sin(-30) hat(j)],[ vec(r)_(p_(1))=4.33 bar(i)+(-2.5) bar(j)]:}Th ... See the full answer