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# Chp. 10

Course: PHYS 1301W, Fall 2011

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Chapter 10 Angular Momentum Conceptual Problems 1 True or false: (a) If two vectors are exactly opposite in direction, their cross product must be zero. (b) The magnitude of the cross product of 2 vectors is at a minimum when the two vectors are perpendicular. (c) Knowing the magnitude of the cross product of two nonzero vectors and their individual magnitudes uniquely determines the angle between them. Determine...

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