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I know that [tex]

\overrightarrow \tau = \overrightarrow {\rm{p}} \times \overrightarrow {\rm{E}} \,\,

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But I can't simply re-write it as [tex]

\frac{{\overrightarrow \tau }}{{\overrightarrow {\rm{E}} }} = \overrightarrow {\rm{p}} \,\,\,\,

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, can I? I don't think you can do this to a cross-product. How can I solve for the dipole moment?