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    Inverse transformation of an axis

    Hello, I have one very simple question: suppose I have an axis defined by the vector ax+by+cz. Now what will be its inverse? Is it -ax -by -cz?


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    Re: Inverse transformation of an axis

    Quote Originally Posted by jenny_wui View Post
    Hello, I have one very simple question: suppose I have an axis defined by the vector ax+by+cz. Now what will be its inverse? Is it -ax -by -cz?
    Yes.
    But what does it have to do with the Graphics Programming?
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    Re: Inverse transformation of an axis

    Quote Originally Posted by jenny_wui View Post
    Hello, I have one very simple question: suppose I have an axis defined by the vector ax+by+cz. Now what will be its inverse? Is it -ax -by -cz?


    Thanks.
    As this isn't specific to c++ programming, you might get better guidance if you posted to the Algorithm forum.
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