From vector components equation:
Ax = (3.60) cos (70°) = 1.23m i
Ay = (3.60) sin (70°) = 3.38m j
A = (1.23 i + 3.38 j) m
In a similar manner:
B = [(2.40) cos (180°+30.0°) i + (2.40) sin (180°+30.0°) j] m
B = (- 2.08 i - 1.2 j)m
The cross product:
A × B = (1.23 i + 3.38 j)×(- 2.08 i - 1.2 j)
1) For the two vectors,
Find the magnitude of the vector product:
Express your answer in square meters.
2) What is the direction of the vector product:
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