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  • 1.
    • Form 2: Linear Equation
    • Definition of linear algebraic expression:
    • Consist of 2 or more linear algebraic
    • terms raised to the power of one and
    • are combined by addition or subtraction or both.
    • Example:
  • 2.
    • How it is related to the Vector in the topic of
    • addition and subtraction?
    • Look at the next example so that you can see the connection.
  • 3.
    • Example:
    • In the diagram, PQR is the triangle and S is the
    • Midpoint of PR. Given that, and
    • ,determine each of the following vectors in term of
    • a and b.
    • (a)
    • (b)
    • (c)
    R S P Q
  • 4.
    • Answer:
    • a)
    • b)
    • c)
    Algebraic expression is used Algebraic expression is used
  • 5.
    • Point To Be Noted
    • As we can see, in vector, we use a lot of algebraic expressions. The above example is only one example. There are more examples of the connection between the linear equation chapter in form 1 and the vector chapter in additional mathematics for form 5.