I am a bit confused often when I have to compute cross products in other coordinate systems (non-Cartesian), I can't seem to find any tables for cross products such as "phi X rho." in spherical I think that these unit vectors are considered to be "perpendicular," so would phi X rho just be "+/- theta," in general? Typically when I'm doing problems in E&M it takes me a while to convince myself that my computations are correct in terms of direction and it's just frustrating. On an exam I need to just know what the cross products are quick. My hang up is just that they vary from place-to-place.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Cross products for unit vectors in other coordinate systems

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