
#1
Mar110, 08:57 AM

P: 323

How do you prove that VxU is the area of the parallelegram they form?
I know that the cross product is a vector perpendicular to V and U 



#2
Mar110, 09:07 AM

P: 323

Nvm, found a proof.



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