## What is the application of right hand thumb rule?

The right-hand thumb rules can be used to determine the direction of the magnetic field and the direction of current flowing through the conductor.

**Where do you put the right hand rule?**

To apply the right hand rule to cross products, align your fingers and thumb at right angles. Then, point your index finger in the direction of vector a and your middle finger in the direction of vector b. Your right thumb will point in the direction of the vector product, a x b (vector c).

**What is the right hand rule for vectors?**

Right Hand Rule, Vector Product The direction of the vector product can be visualized with the right-hand rule. If you curl the fingers of your right hand so that they follow a rotation from vector A to vector B, then the thumb will point in the direction of the vector product.

### How do I know the direction of AxB?

Just like the dot product, θ is the angle between the vectors A and B when they are drawn tail-to-tail. Direction: The vector AxB is perpendicular to the plane formed by A and B. Use the right-hand-rule (RHR) to find out whether it is pointing into or out of the plane.

**What is the right hand rule for cross product?**

B is given by the right-hand rule: if the fingers of the right hand are made to rotate from A through θ to B, the thumb points in the direction of A × B, as shown in Figure 1D. The cross product is zero if the two vectors are parallel,…

**What is the direction of cross product of two vectors?**

The cross product a × b is defined as a vector c that is perpendicular (orthogonal) to both a and b, with a direction given by the right-hand rule and a magnitude equal to the area of the parallelogram that the vectors span.

## What is the cross product of a vector with itself?

zero vector

**What is the meaning of orthogonal?**

1a : intersecting or lying at right angles In orthogonal cutting, the cutting edge is perpendicular to the direction of tool travel. b : having perpendicular slopes or tangents at the point of intersection orthogonal curves.

**What is an orthogonal method?**

An orthogonal method is an additional method that provides very different selectivity to the primary method. The orthogonal method can be used to evaluate the primary method. Orthogonal means independent in loose sense. It sounds different in different contexts and technical fields.

### What is the meaning of orthogonal functions?

: two mathematical functions such that with suitable limits the definite integral of their product is zero.

**Is a vector orthogonal to itself?**

No. Orthogonality (the generalization of perpendicularity) between vectors is defined only for . and are orthogonal, loosely speaking, when the smallest angle traced by them on the plane they lie on is (this is true even in for arbitrary ).