Can you help me with this... What does the 'inverted v' symbol stand for? What operation does it carry out ?
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It probably stands for multiplication.
Answer for first part is (7,-10,9)T
Originally Posted by yuud Answer for first part is (7,-10,9)T Then it certainly stands for multiplication.
Originally Posted by alexmahone Then it certainly stands for multiplication. You mean it's a cross product?
Originally Posted by yuud You mean it's a cross product? Yes.
Originally Posted by alexmahone Yes. Thanks
it stands for the "exterior product" or "wedge product". in R^3, and R^3 only, this is equivalent to the cross product.
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