# Lesson Worksheet: The Vector Product of Two Vectors Physics

In this worksheet, we will practice calculating the vector product of two vectors using both the components of the vectors and the magnitudes of the two vectors and the angle between them.

Q1:

Consider the two vectors and . Calculate .

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Q2:

Work out .

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Q3:

The diagram shows two vectors, and , in three-dimensional space. Both vectors lie in the -plane. Each of the squares of the grid has a side length of 1. Calculate . • A
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Q4:

Consider the two vectors and . Does point in the positive -direction or the negative -direction?

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Q5:

The diagram shows a rod that can rotate around point P. A force is applied to the end of the rod. Each of the squares of the grid has a side length equal to 1 m and 1 N. The torque on the rod is equal to the vector product of and . Calculate the magnitude of the torque on the rod. Q6:

The diagram shows two vectors, and , in three-dimensional space. Both vectors lie in the -plane. Each of the squares on the grid has a side length of 1. Calculate . • A
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Q7:

The diagram shows two vectors, and . Each of the grid squares in the diagram has a side length of 1. Calculate . • A
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Q8:

Two vectors, and , have the same length and are perpendicular to each other. The vector product of and has a magnitude of 9. What is the length of each vector?

Q9:

The diagram shows a rod with a length of 1.5 m that can rotate around point P. A force with a magnitude of 12 N is applied to the end of the rod. What is the magnitude of the torque applied to the rod? Q10:

The diagram shows two vectors, and , in three-dimensional space. Both vectors lie in the -plane. Each of the squares on the grid has a side length of 1. Calculate . • A
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