Vector (Euclidean)

Definition : A quantity that has a magnitude and direction represent as tuples.

A Euclidean vector is a tuple of numbers that has a magnitude which is the length of the vector, and direction. An example can is a two dimensional vector v = <3,4> , the direction is 3 to the left and 4 up and the magnitude is 25.

See Also : Matrices, Magnitude, Norm

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