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Topic: Cross product
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Mahesh

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Cross product
Posted: Mar 2, 2012 10:11 AM
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I came across following while reading about associativity of cross product of two sets:
For three sets A,B,C
(A X B) X C is generally same as A X (B X C) but there may be exceptions where associativity dos not hold.
Can anyone give any example when cross product does not hold the associative property?



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