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Showing Revision 2 created 05/25/2016 by Udacity Robot.

  1. I showed how three rotation matrices multiplied together gives a single new
  2. matrix. Interestingly enough, this resulting matrix R is, in fact, a rotation
  3. matrix itself. Any number of rotation matrices multiplied together always
  4. results in another rotation matrix. This resulting rotation matrix will have a
  5. single specific axis and rotation angle. I have two questions for you. First of
  6. all, can you multiply a series of translations together and get a single
  7. translation matrix? Second, can you multiply a series of scales together and get
  8. a single scale matrix? For example, say you apply a number of scales in a row to
  9. an object. If you multiply all these scale matrices together, do you get a
  10. single scale matrix? Or do you get something else?