Physics HELP!!
posted by Elyse .
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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