Symbols:Vector Algebra/Deprecated Symbols/Cross Product

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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 \wedge .

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.

Also see


Symbols:Group Action

for other uses of this symbol.