### Definition of Cross product

1. Noun. A vector that is the product of two other vectors.

Exact synonyms: Vector Product
Generic synonyms: Vector

### Definition of Cross product

1. Noun. (vector) A vector product. ¹

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### Literary usage of Cross product

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1. Vector Analysis: An Introduction to Vector-methods and Their Various by Joseph George Coffin (1911)
"... The Vector or cross product. 18. The vector product of two vectors a and b is a vector, written a*b (in distinction from ab, the dot product), ..."

2. Fundamentals of High School Mathematics: A Textbook Designed to Follow by Harold Ordway Rugg, John Roscoe Clark, 1887-, John Roscoe Clark (1919)
"One "cross-product " is 2 6 times + 5, or +106, and the other cross-product is + 7 times +36, or + 21 6. Combining the cross-products, we get the middle ..."

3. Topics in Statistical Dependence by Henry W. Block, Allan R. Sampson, Thomas H. Savits (1990)
"To avoid these situations, Lee (1988) investigated the cross- product difference parameters. Similarly as in the case of odds-ratios, it can be shown that ..."

4. Gait Analysis in the Science of Rehabilitation edited by Joel A. DeLisa (2000)
"A vector operation called the vector product, or cross product, is defined such that the resulting vector is perpendicular to the plane formed by two ..."

5. Introduction to Analytical Mechanics by Alexander Ziwet, Peter Field (1912)
"This vector c is called the cross-product (vector product, external product) of a and o and is denoted by aXb (read a cross 6). Fig. 28. ..."

6. Sas/stat 9.1 User's Guide by SAS Institute, Virginia Clark (2004)
"... then, by default, the variables are not standardized before standardizing the cross product. That is, if the ith values of two predictors are denoted ..."