The two operations, dot product and cross product, are operations on vectors.
The dot product yields a scalar while the cross product yields another vector.
Using either of these operations between a vector and a scalar is undefined.
I need help explaining the working out behind these.
Given vectors A,B and C in 3d space,
state whether they are scalar, vectors or unidentified.
I have the answers I just need the explanation..
(AXB).C = scalar
(A.B)XC = unidentified
(A.B).C = unidentified
How do you tell if these are scalars, vectors or unidentified?
Thanks alot I understand the concept now, also could you clarify these two meanings with regards to vectors?
Whats the difference between Orthogonal and perpendicular?
I know to be Orthogonal is two vectors having an inner product equal to zero. But is this what perpendicular means? is it the same thing? the inner product equals zero?
Any help would be gr8!