Multiplication of vectors
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- Dot product — also known as the "scalar product", an operation which takes two vectors and returns a scalar quantity.
- Cross product — also known as the "vector product", a binary operation on two vectors that results in another vector.
- Triple products — products involving three vectors.
- Multiple cross products — products involving more than three vectors.
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