Hi, just curious as to whether we can map any 2-planep: ax+by+cz=d into any other(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

2-plane p': a'x+b'y+c'z=d' by using a linear map (plus a translation , maybe). I was thinking

that we could maybe first translate to the origin , for each plane, then , given the

angles ( t,r,s) with the respective x,y,z axes, we could rotate by (-t,-r,-s) to have

a plane z=constant , and do the same for c'. Would that work?

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