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# EAS208_L17_102710 - EAS 208(Fall 2010 Exam#2 Date Friday...

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EAS 208 (Fall 2010) Exam #2 Date: Friday, October 29 Time: 7:00pm – 8:30pm Location: Hochstetter Hall 114 (North Campus) Material: Chapters 15 and 16 (Bedford and Fowler, 5 th edition) & Homework 5 and 6 Format : Same as Exam 1 Three problems, similar in style to homework, book examples, and lecture notes Closed book One " " 1 8 2 −× 1 1 personally prepared formula/example sheet (front & back)

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EAS 208 (Fall 2010) Cross Product Definition: The cross product is an operation between two vectors in three-dimensional Euclidean space. The cross product of vector and vector , denoted as u v × uv , is defined as: ˆ if , 0, 0, and sin if 0, or 0 θ θπ ≠≠ ⎧⋅⋅ ×= = == = e where is the interior angle between u and , and is a unit vector normal to the plane of u and , directed such that the vectors , , form a right-handed system. Note, that the result of the cross product v ˆ e v u v ˆ e × is a vector. Figure 1 Cross Product of vector u and vector v Properties: ( ) − × vu (anticommutativity) ()

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