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# Cross Products

## Area of a parallelogram with two component vectors as the sides.

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## Cross Products

Defining and calculating cross products and normal vectors.
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## Cross Products

Defining and calculating cross products and normal vectors
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## Calculating Dot and Cross Products with Unit Vector Notation

Demonstrates how to calculate the dot and cross products when vectors are presented in their x, y, and z (or i,j, and k) components.
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## Dot vs. Cross Product

Covers the differences between the dot and cross products.
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## Dot Products, Scalars, and Cross Products

by Rayna Schlossberg //basic
Calculating dot products, cross products, and normal vectors of vector quantities and unit vectors.
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