Group theory

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does anyone know what representation in group Oh = O x i , is the polar vector E a basis? E has components Ex, Ey, and Ez. How would I go about showing this? Thanks.
 

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What group is that...?And who's [itex] \vec{E}=\left(E_{x},E_{y},E_{z}\right) [/itex]...?

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E is a polar vector, can be thought of to be the basis of a cube represented in Oh
 

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Who's Oh...?

Daniel.
 

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