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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Griffith's writes in chapter 7 electrodynamics that D1.a - D2.a = sigma. a.

But minus sine comes when we evaluate the dot product first.

How does the minus sign occur without evaluating the dot product?

But minus sine comes when we evaluate the dot product first.

How does the minus sign occur without evaluating the dot product?