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Edited on 2009-01-13 16:12:55 by ScripterAlex##### Additions:

For much more details about ##vectorcross##, you can go here: [[http://wiki.graal.net/index.php/Cross_Product Cross Product]]

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For much more details about vectorcross, you can go here: [[http://wiki.graal.net/index.php/Cross_Product Cross Product]]

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Returns a third vector.

Returns a third vector, which is perpendicular, or orthogonal, to the two vectors given as input.

temp.u = {1, 2, 3};

temp.v = {3, 2, 0};

temp.cross = vectorcross(u, v);

... Will set ##temp.cross## to {-6, 9, -4}

Returns a third vector, which is perpendicular, or orthogonal, to the two vectors given as input.

temp.u = {1, 2, 3};

temp.v = {3, 2, 0};

temp.cross = vectorcross(u, v);

... Will set ##temp.cross## to {-6, 9, -4}

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##vectordot## is written as u•v and should not be mixed with u·v. What ##vectordot## does, is that it returns a number. This number is the sum of products of each component of the vector.

u•v =

temp.v = {3, 5, 7};

temp.u = {9, 4, 2};

temp.dot = vectordot(u, v);

... Will set ##temp.dot## to 61