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Very Valuable Vector Vocabulary
A quantity that has both magnitude and direction.
A change in position in a particular direction
How far something moves from its origin in a direction
Distance with direction
Speed with direction
How fast something is going in a particular direction
A push or pull in a specific direction
Equivalent Vectors
Vectors that are the same magnitude and direction
Opposite Vectors
Vectors that have the same magnitude, but opposite direction
Tip-to-tail Method
Resultant Vector
Connect the tip and tail of two
vectors to find the resultant
The vector that results when you add vectors
Scalar Multiplication When you multiply a vector by a constant
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