Vector Applications




           Magic orienteering by flickr user AlbeJTD
General Notation for a Vector
(1) Written using a lower case letter with an arrow on top.

  Example:


(2) Written using ...
Applied Math 40S April 22, 2008
Applied Math 40S April 22, 2008
Applied Math 40S April 22, 2008
Applied Math 40S April 22, 2008
Applied Math 40S April 22, 2008
Applied Math 40S April 22, 2008
Applied Math 40S April 22, 2008
Applied Math 40S April 22, 2008
Applied Math 40S April 22, 2008
Applied Math 40S April 22, 2008
Applied Math 40S April 22, 2008
Applied Math 40S April 22, 2008
Applied Math 40S April 22, 2008
Applied Math 40S April 22, 2008
Applied Math 40S April 22, 2008
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Solving vector problems using trigonometry.

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Applied Math 40S April 22, 2008

  1. 1. Vector Applications Magic orienteering by flickr user AlbeJTD
  2. 2. General Notation for a Vector (1) Written using a lower case letter with an arrow on top. Example: (2) Written using two uppercase letters, from tail to tip, with an arrow on top. Example: The magnitude of a vector is written as the absolute value of the vector. Examples:
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