The Scalar Triple Product Gives the Volume of a Parallelepiped

In three dimensions, a parallelepiped is a prism whose faces are all parallelograms. Let , , and be the basis vectors defining a three-dimensional parallelepiped. Then its volume is given by the scalar triple product:

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