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Rotation in 4D?

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by user263007, Aug 1, 2020.

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    user263007 Guest

    Rotation in 2D by an angle $t$ can be performed using $$R=\begin{pmatrix}\cos(t) &-\sin(t) \\ \sin(t) & \cos(t)\end{pmatrix}$$ matrix. But, if I want to rotate a point or vector in 4D, is there any rotation matrix in explicit form?

    I have read rotation about planes in 4D (Rotating two planes while the other two planes remains constant), but I am interested in rotation around an axis. More specifically the Quaternion 4D rotation matrix.

    Kindly help me out.

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