###### Answer: The diagonal is the resultant or sum of two vectors.

Using horizontal diagonal BD and the vertical edge AB the length of diagonal AD then is found by a second application of Pythagoras’s theorem as: A D ¯ 2 = A B ¯ 2 + B D ¯ 2 {\displaystyle {\overline {AD}}^{\ 2}={\overline {AB}}^{\ 2}+{\overline {BD}}^{\ 2}\ }

The first term is the moment of inertia IR the second term is zero by definition of the center of mass and the last term is the total mass of the body times the square magnitude of the vector d. Thus I S = I R + M d 2 {\displaystyle I_ {S}=I_ {R}+Md^ {2} \ } which is known as the parallel axis theorem.

The cross product of two vectors a and b is defined only in three-dimensional space and is denoted by a × b. In physics and applied mathematics the wedge notation a ∧ b is often used (in conjunction with the name vector product) although in pure mathematics such notation is usually reserved for just the exterior product an abstraction of the vector product to n dimensions.

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