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Q: How are vectors used?

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Vectors are used to denote or model directions.

The law is used to add vectors to find the resultant of two or more vectors acting at a point.

Vectors are one of the any variables used in the calculation of the speed of the ball.

Artificial chromosomes are vectors designed to carry large amounts of DNA. The lambda bacteriophage is a widely used cloning vector

They are used in airplanes and in sailboats.

The term collinear is used to describe vectors which are scalar multiples of one another (they are parallel; can have different magnitudes in the same or opposite direction). The term coplanar is used to describe vectors in at least 3-space. Coplanar vectors are three or more vectors that lie in the same plane (any 2-D flat surface).

Two vectors are identical when all their components are identical. An alternative definition, for vectors used in physics, is that they are identical when both the magnitude and the direction are identical.

In signals eigen values and eigen vectors are used in finding directions.... Signals are based on eigen vectors

Vectors are used in the sun

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There are no vectors used in playing billiards or pool. The use of vectors oversimplifies the action of the balls in play and simply does not apply to the game. The physics of cue ball action relies more on rotational momentum than simple vectors, and ball to rail interaction is a complex mathematical problem that cannot be determined by simple vectors.

Muscle force is the force produced by the contraction of a muscle. Force vectors, torque vectors, and difference vectors can all be used to help describe this force.

Component vectors can be used with a variety of different used in physics, including displacement, force, acceleration, electric field, etc.

The four major types of vectors are plasmids, viral vectors, cosmids, and artificial chromosomes. All engineered vectors have an origin of replication, a multi-cloning site, and a selectable marker.

Force and acceleration.

Two types of vectors are most commonly used: E. coli plasmid vectors and bacteriophage λ vectors. Plasmid vectors replicate along with their host cells, while λ vectors replicate as lytic viruses, killing the host cell and packaging the DNA into virions

Vectors of the arthropod.

One of the most common vectors used to transmit new DNA into cells is a plasmid. This is a small, circular piece of DNA found in bacteria.Other vectors used include; viral vectors, cosmids and artificial chromosomes.

Vectors have a lot of applications in physics and engineering. Velocity, acceleration and forces are vectors. For example, you can use vectors to determine the total distance travelled by a boat travelling across a river at 25 miles/hour while the river flows perpendicular to the boat at 10 miles/hour. There are loads of other applications. Vectors can be used to predict the movement of planets in their orbits, and are useful for 3D geometry in general. Vectors are also essential in electromagnetics, where they are used to represent electric and magnetic fields and their relationships. Maxwell's equations are equations which use vectors. The Poynting vector is used to calculate the flow of electromagnetic energy through space, for example by radio waves or light.

Vectors

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Velocity addition is used when motion involves vectors.

Two vectors: no. Three vectors: yes.

Vectors that sum to zero are coplanar and coplanar vectors sum to zero.