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The cross product is an important operation, taking two threedimensional vectors and producing a threedimensional vector. It's not a product in the commutative, associative, sense, but it does produce a vector which is perpendicular to the two crossed vectors and whose length is the area of the parallelogram spanned by the them. The direction is chosen again to follow the righthand rule.
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