Ghillardi4Pi

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2022-11-26

What does a cross product of 0 mean?

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hutchman420OG8

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2022-11-27Added 10 answers

Cross Product of vectors:

Cross product, often known as a vector product, is denoted $\overrightarrow{A}\times \overrightarrow{B}=AB\mathrm{sin}\hat{{\theta}_{\eta}}$ represent magnitude of vectors, $\eta $ is unit vector and and $\theta $ is angle between the vectors.

1. If the cross product of two vectors is zero then

The vectors are perpendicular to one another or their angle is an even ${90}^{\circ}$.

2. The vectors are either both zero vectors or just one of them.

As a result, the meaning of the cross product is zero.

Cross product, often known as a vector product, is denoted $\overrightarrow{A}\times \overrightarrow{B}=AB\mathrm{sin}\hat{{\theta}_{\eta}}$ represent magnitude of vectors, $\eta $ is unit vector and and $\theta $ is angle between the vectors.

1. If the cross product of two vectors is zero then

The vectors are perpendicular to one another or their angle is an even ${90}^{\circ}$.

2. The vectors are either both zero vectors or just one of them.

As a result, the meaning of the cross product is zero.

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