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Augmented means to make bigger or to longer. If you extend a vector then it is augmented.

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Yes, a vector can be represented in terms of a unit vector which is in the same direction as the vector. it will be the unit vector in the direction of the vector times the magnitude of the vector.

NULL VECTOR::::null vector is avector of zero magnitude and arbitrary direction the sum of a vector and its negative vector is a null vector...

(vector) times (vector) produces either a vector or a scalar, depending on whether the vector product or scalar product is performed. (vector) times (scalar) produces a new vector.

A Vector. A scalar times a vector is a vector.

That is usually called the resultant vector.

The zero vector is both parallel and perpendicular to any other vector. V.0 = 0 means zero vector is perpendicular to V and Vx0 = 0 means zero vector is parallel to V.

Vector spaces can be formed of vector subspaces.

Resultant vector or effective vector

A null vector has no magnitude, a negative vector does have a magnitude but it is in the direction opposite to that of the reference vector.

A scalar times a vector is a vector.

Zero vector or null vector is a vector which has zero magnitude and an arbitrary direction. It is represented by . If a vector is multiplied by zero, the result is a zero vector. It is important to note that we cannot take the above result to be a number, the result has to be a vector and here lies the importance of the zero or null vector. The physical meaning of can be understood from the following examples. The position vector of the origin of the coordinate axes is a zero vector. The displacement of a stationary particle from time t to time tl is zero. The displacement of a ball thrown up and received back by the thrower is a zero vector. The velocity vector of a stationary body is a zero vector. The acceleration vector of a body in uniform motion is a zero vector. When a zero vector is added to another vector , the result is the vector only. Similarly, when a zero vector is subtracted from a vector , the result is the vector . When a zero vector is multiplied by a non-zero scalar, the result is a zero vector.

Vector addition derives a new vector from two or more vectors, and vector resolution is breaking a vector down into its two or more components.

Yes. It is considered a vector.Yes. It is considered a vector.Yes. It is considered a vector.Yes. It is considered a vector.

The energy vector, cmV = cP. The energy vector is parallel to the Momentum vector.

That depends on what the vector, itself, represents. For example, if the vector represents velocity, then the magnitude of the vector represents speed. If the vector represents displacement, then the magnitude of the vector represents distance.

It is a vector whose magnitude is 1.It is a vector whose magnitude is 1.It is a vector whose magnitude is 1.It is a vector whose magnitude is 1.

the difference between resultant vector and resolution of vector is that the addition of two or more vectors can be represented by a single vector which is termed as a resultant vector. And the decomposition of a vector into its components is called resolution of vectors.

decomposition of a vector into its components is called resolution of vector

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A vector magnitude is the number that is associated to the length of the vector.

prrpendicular projections of a vector called component of vector

the opposite to vector addition is vector subtraction.

no a vector cannot have a component greater than the magnitude of vector

Still another velocity vector (or a zero vector).

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