For any 2 vectors a,b the cross product "(3a + 2b) x a" is the same vector as:
a) 2a x b
b) 2b x a
c) 3a x b
d) 3b x a
e) 5b x a

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- amistre64

is cross product the same as dot product?

- amistre64

i see that they arent.... i was sooo close lol

- kirbykirby

yeah they aren't the same

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- amistre64

is cross priduct orthogonal? they perpendicular to each other then?

- kirbykirby

yeah

- amistre64

i was just reading up on vectors last night... if 2 vectors are othogonal, they have -1 as the product of their slopes... we wouldnt happen to know the vector quantities would we...

- kirbykirby

no, the question I asked is really all the information given :(

- amistre64

||a x b ||^2 = ||a||^2 ||b||^2 - (a.b)^2...does that help us any? :)

- kirbykirby

is that like the law of cosines? o_O

- amistre64

3 + 2
<3xa+2xb , 3ya + 2yb> right?
lol.....wish I knew

- amistre64

would it be asking this then?
<3xa+2xb , 3ya + 2yb> (x)

- kirbykirby

oh perhaps

- kirbykirby

well actually i think i'd need to add the z-component, since we'd get a 3-D vector

- amistre64

i gots no idea how to add a z component in there ;)

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- kirbykirby

what would 3a x a = ? is it still a vector a multiplied by smtg?

- kirbykirby

oh wait it would be 0 right o_o

- amistre64

cant recall :) do you know where this mystery vector is supposed to be attached? I got this so far...but I may be wrong.

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- kirbykirby

ohh I figured it out! :) haha. Ok i wasn't sure but there's the property that (3a + 2b) x a = 3a x a + 2b x a
= 0 + 2b x a... omg -_-

- amistre64

thats a nice property to know then ;) good job!

- kirbykirby

oye our prof never showed it to us :( Lol glad that was actually easy now xD thx for ur help nevertheless :)

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