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From: "Mark Schelbergen" <mjewrik@hotmail.com>
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Subject: Re: inverse cross product
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Sorry I didn't fully understand your replies..
But if I put the resulting F back into the equation beneath, with the r I used as input:
M=cross(r,F)
I get another M as I used as input.
I am confused:S