Symbols:Vector Algebra/Deprecated Symbols/Cross Product
Some authors use $\mathbf A \wedge \mathbf B$ to mean $\mathbf A \times \mathbf B$, that is, the vector cross product.
The $\LaTeX$ code for \(\wedge\) is
The same symbol can be produced using
\land, but this is usually used when the symbol is used in the sense of the logical and context.
for other uses of this symbol.