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# A planar robot arm is constructed by using a rod of length 3 anchored at the origin and

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Problem 3

A planar robot arm is constructed by using a rod of length 3 anchored at the origin and two telescoping rods whose respective lengths l2 and l3 may vary between 1 and 2 units as shown in Figure 8.7. Show that the set of states of this robot arm may be described by a smooth parametrized 5- manifold in R6. (See Exercise 2.)

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