Problem: If A and B are nonzero vectors for which A·B = 0, it must follow that A) A×B = 0. B) A is parallel to B . C) |A ×B | = AB. D) | A× B| = 1.

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Dot product:

A·B=ABcosθ

Cross product:

|A×B|=ABsinθ

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If A and B are nonzero vectors for which A·B = 0, it must follow that 

A) A×B = 0. 

B) A is parallel to B . 

C) |A ×B | = AB. 

D) | A× B| = 1.

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