. Carnegie Institution of Washington publication. Fig. 72.—Positive-screw rule. Now let us consider a vector F which is normal to the two given vectors A and B, which by its direction represents the rotation from A to B, and which has a tensor equal to the product of the tensors of the given vectors and the sine of the included. -F=BxA Fig. 73.—Vector-product. Fig. 74.—Positive system of rec- tangular coordinates. angle. The fact that the vector F has this relation to the two vectors A and B will be expressed by the formula (d) F = AXB and F will be called the vector-product of the vectors A a

. Carnegie Institution of Washington publication. Fig. 72.—Positive-screw rule. Now let us consider a vector F which is normal to the two given vectors A and B, which by its direction represents the rotation from A to B, and which has a tensor equal to the product of the tensors of the given vectors and the sine of the included. -F=BxA Fig. 73.—Vector-product. Fig. 74.—Positive system of rec- tangular coordinates. angle. The fact that the vector F has this relation to the two vectors A and B will be expressed by the formula (d) F = AXB and F will be called the vector-product of the vectors A a Stock Photo
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. Carnegie Institution of Washington publication. Fig. 72.—Positive-screw rule. Now let us consider a vector F which is normal to the two given vectors A and B, which by its direction represents the rotation from A to B, and which has a tensor equal to the product of the tensors of the given vectors and the sine of the included. -F=BxA Fig. 73.—Vector-product. Fig. 74.—Positive system of rec- tangular coordinates. angle. The fact that the vector F has this relation to the two vectors A and B will be expressed by the formula (d) F = AXB and F will be called the vector-product of the vectors A and B.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Carnegie Institution of Washington. Washington, Carnegie Institution of Washington

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