Hello, everyone. Tom from everystepcalculus.com and everystepphysics.com. Here’s a video on an area of a parallelogram. Okay. This has to do with Calculus 3. Probably with the A and B vectors. So, let’s do it. Index eight it to my menu. I’m already at area a parallelogram. Notice you can scroll down with the cursor, here. And we’re going to add the vectors. You have to press Alpha before you enter anything into these entry lines here. Alpha nine. That’s for X of the A vector. Alpha minus two. Alpha minus twelve. Now the B vector. And the X value would be Alpha 8. Alpha 6, Alpha minus 4. I always show you what you’ve entered. You change it if you want. I say it’s okay. Now we’re going to scroll down here to. This is all you do with those vectors. A plus B, A plus B magnitude. All this stuff that might come up on that test. If there’s a C, I’ll ask you for the C vector also. That’s three vectors. Cross product. Nobody can do a cross product by memory. I certainly couldn’t. Let’s do it again. Let’s scroll down to. There’s area of a parallelogram.Here’s some words right here. You can read all of that. So A times B here we’re doing A times B vectors. And then we’re gonna use that for Matrix Multiplication. The way you set it up. And then you do the various computations. I can’t memorize stuff. That’s the reason that programmed it. But it’s all correct. Mark each one down your paper. Noticed a minus times a minus, you’re always going to screw that up somehow. Look at all the minuses in here. The area equals 80, minus 60, 70 in a vector form. Now you do the square root of the squares of that. It comes up with 122.07 square units. pretty neat, huh? Have a good one.