Posted by **Elyse** on Tuesday, November 13, 2012 at 7:58pm.

What is the vector product of (4, -3, -5) and (5, -4, 2)?

A. (-26, -33, -1)

B. 22

C.(20, +12, -10)

D.(9, -7, -3)

E.(14, -17, -1)

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