# Physical Science Vectors

This post categorized under Vector and posted on July 9th, 2019.

A vector is commonly represented by a line segment in a specific direction indicated by an arrow. Vectors are typically used to describe physical quanvectories which have a directional quality in addition to a quanvectory that could be described by a single number with a unit.Thanks for the resource. In mathematics we also teach as we move toward parametric representations that a vector in vectore is a resultant composed of dilations or stretches of unit vectors i j and k on the x-axis y-axis and z-axis respectively and that the origin of the vector can be translated to any location in 3-vectore with 29.05.2011 Vectors. Some things are inherently directional in nature. These things are called vectors as opposed to scalars which are non-directional.Autor Derek OwensAufrufe 71Kvectorlnge 3 Min.

A vector is a physical magnitude where not only a number is important but also an vectorociated direction. This is commonly used (for example) for velocity acceleration force and many others.