Section 11.4: The Dot Product
Recommended HW: 1-19 odd, 23-47 eoo, 49-63 odd, 67, 71, 75-83 odd
Video(David): Dot product in component form
Video(David): Dot product in geometric form, finding angle between vectors
Video(David) (optional): Proof that the component and geometric forms of the dot product are equivalent
Video(Patrick) (optional): Dot product component and geometric forms, finding angle between vectors, determining if two vectors are orthogonal.
Video(James): Finding the projection of one vector onto another.
Video(James) (optional): The derivation of the projection equations.
Video(James) (optional): An application of the dot product to calculating work
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