## Thornton & Marion (5th Edition), Chapter 01, Exercise Problem 16

Thornton & Marion, Classical Dynamics, Fifth Edition Chapter 1. Matrices, Vectors, and Vector Calculus Problem 16. Geometrical interpretation of the scalar product Solution

## Thornton & Marion (5th Edition), Chapter 01, Exercise Problem 15

Thornton & Marion, Classical Dynamics, Fifth Edition Chapter 1. Matrices, Vectors, and Vector Calculus Problem 15. Orthogonal matrix Solution

## Griffiths (3rd Edition), Chapter 01, Problem 1.7 Solution

Griffiths, Introduction to Electrodynamics, 3rd Edition Chapter 01. Vector Analysis 1.1 Vector Algebra 1.1.4 Position, Displacement, and Separation Vectors Problem 1.7 Separation vectors Solution

## Griffiths (3rd Edition), Chapter 01, Problem 1.6 Solution

Griffiths, Introduction to Electrodynamics, 3rd Edition Chapter 01. Vector Analysis 1.1 Vector Algebra 1.1.3 Triple Products Problem 1.6 BAC-CAB rule Solution

## Thornton & Marion (5th Edition), Chapter 01, Exercise Problem 14

Thornton & Marion, Classical Dynamics, Fifth Edition Chapter 1. Matrices, Vectors, and Vector Calculus Problem 14. Vector calculus Solution

## Thornton & Marion (5th Edition), Chapter 01, Exercise Problem 13

Thornton & Marion, Classical Dynamics, Fifth Edition Chapter 1. Matrices, Vectors, and Vector Calculus Problem 13. Vector triple product (BAC-CAB rule) Solution

## Thornton & Marion (5th Edition), Chapter 01, Exercise Problem 12

Thornton & Marion, Classical Dynamics, Fifth Edition Chapter 1. Matrices, Vectors, and Vector Calculus Problem 12. Application of the scalar and vector product (Geometrical interpretations) Solution

## Thornton & Marion (5th Edition), Chapter 01, Exercise Problem 11

Thornton & Marion, Classical Dynamics, Fifth Edition Chapter 1. Matrices, Vectors, and Vector Calculus Problem 11. Triple scalar product The problem asks you to show that 1) triple scalar product can be written as 2) the product is unaffected by an interchange of operators or by a change in the order. 3) a geometrical interpretation,…

## Griffiths (3rd Edition), Chapter 01, Problem 1.5 Solution

Griffiths, Introduction to Electrodynamics, 3rd Edition Chapter 01. Vector Analysis 1.1 Vector Algebra 1.1.3 Triple Products Problem 1.5 BAC-CAB rule The problem asks you to prove the BAC-CAB rule by writing out both sides in component form. You should know about the BAC-CAB rule, which is Solution

## Griffiths (3rd Edition), Chapter 01, Problem 1.4 Solution

Griffiths, Introduction to Electrodynamics, 3rd Edition Chapter 01. Vector Analysis 1.1 Vector Algebra 1.1.2 Vector Algebra: Component Form Problem 1.4 The cross product The problem asks you to find the components of the unit vector perpendicular to the plane shown in given figure. You should know about the cross product of vectors and its property….