Find final position of point by rotation -translation matric, Mathematics

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A point in 3D is first rotated anticlockwise by 45 degrees about x axis,then translated along y axis by 2 units.Find the final position of the point if its initial position Is(1,1,1),by using appropriate  rotation and translation matrices.

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