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In a 3D plane, there is a point with it's X,Y and Z coordonates known and a second 3D plane within the first plane with it's origins X,Y and Z coordonates relative to the parent plane origin.

How do I find the X,Y and Z coordonates of that point relative to the origin of the second 3D plane taken in consideration that the second one may rotate on all axis and change position.

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# Find coordonates of a point relative to a second plane in 3D

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