T1 is Rotation with 90 T2 is Translation T3 is Rotation with 30

What is correct order of transformation matrix to multiply the metrix?

T3 T2 T1 or T1 T2 T3?

Should i follow the order given by the question or reverse order?

Kamren Reilly
2022-06-02
Answered

Rotate a triangle with vertices (2, 1). (4. 1). (3, 3) by 90 degrees (clock wise) and then Translate it by Tx 4 and Ty 3 and finally rotate it by 30 degrees (anti-clock wise). (cos90=0, sin90 1. cos 30 = 0.866, sin30 =0.5)

T1 is Rotation with 90 T2 is Translation T3 is Rotation with 30

What is correct order of transformation matrix to multiply the metrix?

T3 T2 T1 or T1 T2 T3?

Should i follow the order given by the question or reverse order?

T1 is Rotation with 90 T2 is Translation T3 is Rotation with 30

What is correct order of transformation matrix to multiply the metrix?

T3 T2 T1 or T1 T2 T3?

Should i follow the order given by the question or reverse order?

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