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13.4 The cross product 13.5 Equations of lines and planes 13.6 Cylinders and quadric surfaces
SCalc6 13.4.001. [818625]
Find the cross product
a
×
b
.
a
=
6
,
0
,
5
,
b
=
0
,
9
,
0
Enter an exact number.
,
Enter an exact number.
,
Enter an exact number.
SCalc6 13.4.003. [818726]
Find the cross product
a
×
b
.
a
=
i
+
2
j

2
k
,
b
= 
i
+
4
k
Enter an exact number.
,
Enter an exact number.
,
Enter an exact number.
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SCalc6 13.4.009. [1279950]
Find the vector, not with determinants, but by using properties of cross products.
(
i
×
j
) ×
k
SCalc6 13.4.011. [1281459]
Find the vector, not with determinants, but by using properties of cross products.
(
j

k
) × (
k

i
)
SCalc6 13.4.015. [1280053]
Consider the figure below, where 
u
 =
5
and 
v
 =
6
.
(a) Find 
u
×
v
.
(b) Determine whether
u
×
v
is directed into the screen or out of the screen.
into the screen
out of the screen
SCalc6 13.4.019.MI. [1387739]
Find two unit vectors orthogonal to both given vectors.
1
,
−
1
,
1
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,
0
,
4
,
4
,
,
(smaller
i
value)
,
,
(larger
i
value)
Tutorial
SCalc6 13.4.033. [818807]
Find the volume of the parallelepiped determined by the vectors
a
,
b
, and
c
.
a
=
5
,
3
,
1
,
b
=
0
,
1
,
2
,
c
=
5
,
1
,
4
Enter an exact number.
SCalc6 13.4.035. [818767]
Find the volume of the parallelepiped with adjacent edges
PQ
,
PR
,
PS
.
P
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2012 for the course MATH 251 taught by Professor Mccray during the Summer '10 term at Illinois Tech.
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 Equations, Vector Calculus

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