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```				   let a and b be two non collinear unit vectors .if vector u = vector a - (vector a . vector b)vector b and vector v = vector a* vector b,then magnitude of vector v is
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As vector v =cross product of vector a and vector b
magnitude = sin(angle between vector a andvector b)*1*1 =sin(angle between vector a andvector b)

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