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I have a matrix that rotates a vector about the x axis called X, a matrix that does the same for the y axis called Y and a Matrix called Z that does the trick for the z axis.. I am supposed to let a vector a first around the y and then around the x axis and finally around the z axis.
Do I have to do this matrix multiplication (ZX)(Ya) to get the right result?
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TomLikesPhysics Group Title
I have a matrix that rotates a vector about the x axis called X, a matrix that does the same for the y axis called Y and a Matrix called Z that does the trick for the z axis.. I am supposed to let a vector a first around the y and then around the x axis and finally around the z axis. Do I have to do this matrix multiplication (ZX)(Ya) to get the right result?
 one year ago
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Thank you slaaibak.
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