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Cross Product Calculator

Cross Product Calculator is use to calculate cross product by points and coordinates.

Input

First vector
Second vector

Output

Cross Product
0

Formula

  • AxB = Cross Product of 2 vectors
  • x1 = x value of first vector
  • y1 = y value of first vector
  • z1 = z value of first vector
  • x2 = x value of second vector
  • y2 = y value of second vector
  • z2 = z value of second vector

Defination / Uses

The cross product a b is defined as a vector c that is perpendicular (orthogonal) to both a and b, with a magnitude equal to the area of the parallelogram that the vectors span and a direction provided by the right-hand rule.

Input

First vector
Initial point
Terminal point
Second vector
Initial point
Terminal point

Output

Cross Product
0

Formula

  • AxB = Cross Product of 2 vectors
  • x1t1 = x value of first vector terminal point
  • x1i1 = x value of first vector initial point
  • y1t1 = y value of first vector terminal point
  • y1i1 = y value of first vector initial point
  • z1t1 = z value of first vector terminal point
  • z1i1 = z value of first vector initial point
  • x2t2 = x value of second vector terminal point
  • x2i2 = x value of second vector initial point
  • y2t2 = y value of second vector terminal point
  • y2i2 = y value of second vector initial point
  • z2t2 = z value of second vector terminal point
  • z2i2 = z value of second vector initial point

Defination / Uses

The cross product, also known as the vector product, is a binary operation on two vectors in three-dimensional space (mathbb R 3) symbolised by the symbol times in mathematics.

In a three-dimensional space, the cross product is a binary operation of two vectors indicated by the sign x. The cross product vector of two linearly independent vectors a and b is at right angles (perpendicular) to both the plane containing them. If you're having trouble conducting manual calculations, a cross product calculator is the best alternative. To calculate reliable results, the vector calculator employs cross vector and cross product rules. The best choice for solving cross product equations is to use a vector cross product calculator. Our vector calculator will provide you with accurate results right away.