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Q: Why is the cam follower position the same at the starting point and the ending point?

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No. You have four corners, each with an odd number of lines going out. Each of these must either bee the starting point or the ending point, but you can only have one starting point and one ending point.

Displacement includes the distance between the starting and ending points and the direction in which you travel.

It could be a displacement vector.

Vectors are identified by magnitude, or the length of the line, and direction, represented by the arrowhead pointing toward the terminal point. The position vector has an initial point at (0,0) and is identified by its terminal point ⟨a,b⟩.

grravity or some other force moves it

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A circle has no starting or ending point of a circle. Hope this helps!

a line segment

Forward,

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A vector.

A vector.

It has the same starting and ending point.

I believe your asking for the term reffering to an objects change in position from its starting point. That term is displacement.

it is a line with a starting and ending point sideways

BEAR

1,000B.C to 2,573B.C

It has the same starting and ending point.