If AxB = CxB , show that C need not be equal to A , where A, B , C are vectors . ??
Asked by shuchi.saumya | 12th Sep, 2010, 12:00: AM
AxB = CxB
Implies |A| |B| sin Θ = |C| |B| sin Φ
(where Θ: angle between vector A and B; Φ: angle between C and B)
|A| sin Θ = |C| sin Φ
If Θ = Φ, then A = C, else not.
Hence proved that C need not be equal to A.
Answered by | 12th Sep, 2010, 08:55: PM
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