(b) If we write Grxyz=++###ijk, then (using Eq. 3-30) we find GGrF×is equal to yFzFzFxFxFyFzyxzy x−+−dibg###.ijkWith x= 2.0, z= –2.0, Fy= 4.0 and all other components zero (and SI units understood) the expression above yieldsGGGτ=× =+⋅rF80.#.#ikNm.ej29. (a) We use GAGG=×mrv, where Gris the position vector of the object, Gvis its velocity vector, and
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