# Problem: Vector Cross ProductLet vectors  A=(1,0,−3), B=(−2,5,1), and C=(3,1,1). Calculate the following, expressing your answers as ordered triples (three comma-separated numbers).Part A. (2B⃗ )×(3C⃗ ) =Part B. A⃗ ×(B⃗ ×C⃗ ) =Part C. A⃗ ⋅(B⃗ ×C⃗ ) =

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Vector Cross Product

Let vectors  A=(1,0,−3), B=(−2,5,1), and C=(3,1,1). Calculate the following, expressing your answers as ordered triples (three comma-separated numbers).

Part A. (2B⃗ )×(3C⃗ ) =

Part B. A⃗ ×(B⃗ ×C⃗ ) =

Part C. A⃗ ⋅(B⃗ ×C⃗ ) =

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