Hi,
How do I represent {5,7,3} x [1,2] geometrically?
I know to represent the cross product of 2 vectors. But , here, I am not sure , since the brackets used for both are different . Does it mean that {5,7,3} is a set/vector and [1,2] is a matrix?
Also, does the 'x' mean multiplication or cross product?
How do I know which values between that interval I can take as x,y,z?
What if I take x=3/2 , y=1, z=1?
Would it be right?
For the next set of values can I take x=1,y=1 ,z=3/2?
I dont understand this at all!!!
All I know is that (for eg) {5,7,3} x {1,2} ={(5,1),(5,2),(7,1),(7,2),(3,1),(3,2)}
If I plot all these points on a graph ,I would get a 3 sets of lines.