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The objective of this assignment is to familiarize students with application, importance and mathematical calculation in the field of computer graphics. Furthermore, students will learn transformation process of objects.

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Question Statement

Suppose, if a position vector X is represented by [x y z 1] and for a stated scenario the values of variable are x=6, y=3, and z=5 respectively .

You are required to apply the following transformation operation in a sequence.

Translate by 8, -5, 7 in x, y, and z respectively.
Rotate by +55° about x-axis (counter clockwise).
Rotate by +75° about y axis (counter clockwise).
You are required to represent the transformation matrices for each operation.

After calculating the individual matrices, you are required to represent the combined transformation matrix.

At the end, you are required to give the resultant position vector.

[10 Marks]

Note: Your explanation must justify enough for given marks for each part.

Your assignment must be uploaded/submitted at or before July 14, 2017.

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