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Express your answer as a unit vector N_unit in the form N_x, N_y, N_z where the x, y, and z components are separated by commas.

i know this involves the cross product but im stuck on what to do, can someone help me please?

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Express your answer as a unit vector N_unit in the form N_x, N_y, N_z where the x, y, and z components are separated by commas.

i know this involves the cross product but im stuck on what to do, can someone help me please?

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[tex]\vec{A} = - 2.00 \hat{ i } + 3.00 \hat{ j } + 4.00 \hat{k}[/tex]

and

[tex]\vec{B} = 3.00 \hat{ i } + 1.00 \hat{ j } - 3.00 \hat{k}[/tex]

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i get -13, 6, -11, if my calculations are correct. do i need to find the magnitude of this? sqrt of 326... hen divide by this amount for each. Do I also need to change the +/- signs to make it perpendicular

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ty so much for your help

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