- To summarize, i want to say i never saw something like this before, i am reading a book that defines a product of vectors with the properties: The A*B (A,B are vectors) product form a vector which lies in the plane of the vectors.
When i read this in the book "A VECTOR APPROACH TO OSCILLATIONS" i was a little shocked, because first it make quotients of vectors, and after this he defines this planar product, i searched this in google: i found nothing.
Anyway, this operations make sense if we imagine the vectors representing complex numbers, but yet, i don't think this is a general properties of vectors.
Do you know some reference about this?
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