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Definition of
Cross Product
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A way of multiplying two vectors:
a × b
= |
a
| |
b
| sin(θ)
n
Example: the lengths of two vectors are 3 and 4, and the angle between them is 30°:
a × b
= 3 × 4 × sin(30°) ×
n
= 6
n
(
n
is the unit vector at right angles to both
a
and
b
)
See:
Vector
Cross Product
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