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Let''s say we have a point K=(Kx, Ky, Kz). Now we move through point M=(Mx, My, Mz) to the point L=(Lx, Ly, Lz). And now I want to move the vector KL in reverse direction that the point L is in M point, but I don''t know how to calculate K position.

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Hi TheVoid,

Can you please restate your question? Your second sentence is a bit confusing. You are trying to calculate K? But your first sentence said that you already have a point K? And you moved from point M to point L, but ended up with vector KL? Why wouldn''t this be vector ML?

Graham Rhodes
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I''m closing this thread because there are two later threads seem to ask exactly the same question. And those two threads provide some images that explain the problem better.

Graham Rhodes
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