So I asked this question on English stack exchange and they said "probably not". So will this question be on topic here?
A line OA of length r starts from its initial position OX and traces an angle AOB=alpha in the anticlockwise direction.It then traces back in the clockwise direction an angle BOC=3 theta (where alpha is greater than 3 theta).L is the foot of the perpendicular form C on OA
I ( yet) don't want help in solving the problem itself but what this gibberish mean. I did try to do it myself.
For example first sentence say "....from its initial position OX...". How can a line start from a line OX shouldn't it be point O instead??