Here you goAlso can anyone help me with the derivation of angular acceleration.
Which paper ? 1 or 2 ?Winter '04
Lost :/ Any guidance?
Easy. Find PQ vector then take scalar product with both diirection vectors of the line and then equate them. As perpendicular lines have scalar product of zero. Then find value of the constants u used and then find Q. Use perpendicular distance from point to plane for last part.
I'd be glad if someone could help me through this question