Using components show that vector u cross vector v = the 0 vector if u and v are collinear. What does the fact that u and v are colinear tell us?
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Originally Posted by a.a Using components show that vector u cross vector v = the 0 vector if u and v are collinear. What does the fact that u and v are colinear tell us? if two vectors are colinear then the vectors are scalar multiples of each other let and Then
this may be stupid but the 0 vector is (0,0,0)... rite?
Originally Posted by a.a this may be stupid but the 0 vector is (0,0,0)... rite? Yes. In , the zero vector is indeed .
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