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Rotation Formulas

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The best way is to setup a rotation matrix and multiply position vectors by that matrix. This makes things quite simpler. I suggest you program a matrix class if you don't have one already. If your programming language supports operators you can also overload operators to multiply matrices and vectors, which makes things even more trivial.

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