How are the z variables defined on slide 10, Lecture 3-1?

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Looking back at slide 9, the z variables just represent a shift of coordinates so that now the origin of the system is the considered equilibrium point - in this case the point (pi, 0). As a consequence, one must also shift the dynamics.


---Elisa