The second kind of vector multiplication is called the cross product

The second kind of vector multiplication is called the cross product

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The second kind of vector multiplication is called the cross product. Contrary to the dot product, the cross product multiplies two vectors together to obtain a third vector rather than a scalar.
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Unformatted text preview: However, we will only be able to define the cross product in the case of 3-dimensional vectors. There is no cross product in the 2-dimensional case....
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