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jaqueh

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the dot product is a scalar, the cross product is still a vector

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Bacle2

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The dot product coincides with matrix multiplication , when your matrices are 1xn and

nx1.

nx1.

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Thanks Guys :D

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np-

basically you get a number if its 1xn and nx1 and another vector if its nx1 and nx1

basically you get a number if its 1xn and nx1 and another vector if its nx1 and nx1

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Yep, a scalar dotted with a vector is undefined. Finally, something I can answer! :-)

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