`( (cos\ 60° ,-sin\ 60° ,0),(sin\ 60°, cos\ 60°,0),(0,0,1))((2),(4),(0))`

`=((2(0.5)-4(0.866)+0),(2(0.866)+4(0.5)+0),(0+0+0))`

`=((-2.464),(3.732),(0))`

The interpretation of this is that the robot arm moves from position (2, 4, 0) to position (-2.46, 3.73, 0). That is, it moves in the x-y plane, but its height remains at z = 0. The 3 × 3 matrix containing sin and cos values tells it how many degrees to move.

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