@tomleslie I appreciate your responses, but @acer is quite correct. I don't want an unevaluated output that looks like Typesetting:-delayCrossProduct(R,V). I want to get an unevaluated output that is R x V. I also played with Typesetting options with no luck.
@acer. I appreciate your reponse very much. What I am trying to achieve is an output equation that looks like
[> 'R x V' = R x V
R x V = [-vz + wy, uz - wx, -uy + vx] (1)
in terms of the column vector notation that I defined in my original post. For display of an equation with a "single level cross product" your "print" procs work very nicely. However, if I I have an unevaluated extended cross product (which occurs often in rotating body dynamics) like
'R x (R x V)'
I get the Typesetting:-delay type of output.
If I refer to the lhs(1) later in a worksheet, I get the expanded output shown as the rhs(1). If I try to delay evaluation to "2 levels" I get
[> ''R x V''
I keep finding that the LinearAlgebra package "lost" a lot of the capability that was in the linalg package.
One final note to @acer. I did try to upload my own example worksheet using the green up-arrow, but the procedure stalled after I selected my test case MW file to upload. In step 3 the buttons for linking the file or uploading the file contents into my "post space" did not work.
Thanks again to both of you.