Chapter one Vector Analysis. A scalar quantity is one which can be described fully by just stating its magnitude . Some examples are Mass time length temperature density speed energy and volume.
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Chapter one
Vector Analysis
A scalar quantity is one which can be described fully by just stating its magnitude.
Some examples are
Mass
time
length
temperature
density
speed
energy and volume
A vector quantity is one which can only be fully described if its magnitude and direction stated.
Some examples are
displacement
velocity
acceleration
force
momentum
magnetic density and electric intensity.
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There are 3 methods for addition of Vectors.
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