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Im hoping this is going in the correct place.

Im actually working on a script and realized that ive forgotten a majority of the calculus and other math i once knew :)

What im trying to do is write a script where i query the surface normal of an object and find the rotations to align another vector to that normal.

Looking through, i found references to direction cosines and using other trig/inverse trig functions to do this, but they arent returning the results i need.

Any suggestions/advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks Guys

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