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i = j x k

j = k x i

k = i x j

Wikipedia says this about the standard basis vectors. Does this work for all (i.e, non basis) vectors? For example, if you know A = B X C does that mean C = A X B and B = C X A?

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# B Does the following cross product identity always work?

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