# Would these be a vector, scalar, or undefined and why?

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- PopeLv 71 month ago
A cross product is a vector.

A dot product is a scalar.

The modulus of a vector is a scalar.

The product of a scalar and a vector is a vector.

The product of two scalars is a scalar.

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- rotchmLv 71 month ago
Just like in elementary school, do it step by step, using precedence and parenthesis.

Really, its nothing different from what you learned many years ago. a. What is the (vectors here) t x u? Answer that & we will proceed.

moreover, you can inspire yourself with the previous responses to your other questions. learn from them before posting other questions. That's how you will learn!

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- rotchmLv 71 month agoReport
yes

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- D gLv 71 month ago
Cross product is a vector

A is true vector I yjink

B Is for product do scalar

C vector

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I made a spelling mistake the statement were all true c a vector it's the length of a cross product times a vector

B is a dot product which is a scale

A I forgot about the dot product after the cross product so the dot product makes the vector of the cross product a scalar

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