
Vectors
http://tunerspec.ca/school/2.166.jpg
The only other thing you need to know is the force T has a magnitude of 500N.
I'm having trouble solving this. My process is as follows:
 Find a unit vector in direction of C to E
 Find components of T using the unit vector from C to E
 Find vector r from B to C
I then used the cross product of rBC x T, and am not getting the correct answer.
I'm getting: 33.4i 124.98j  183.43k (Nm)
The answer is: 12.0i  138.4j  117.4k (Nm)
Please help!

$\displaystyle B = (.35,0,2)$ and $\displaystyle C = (0,.2,0)$ this means $\displaystyle \bold{BC} = (0+.35)\bold{i}+(.20)\bold{j}+(0+2)\bold{k}$.
Same idea with $\displaystyle \bold{T}$ which is $\displaystyle (.20)\bold{i}+(.4.2)\bold{j}+(.10)\bold{k}$.

How do you get B = .35i .2k? On the diagram, B = .35i + .2k.
Anyway, I know how to do that stuff. I'm just wondering why my answer is wrong  did I do the question the wrong way?