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Scaler and vactor


Question asked by: jennie

Asked on: 25 Sep 2009

You need to spell those two words right for your maths, I think what you mean is SCALAR and VECTOR.

Scalar is a one dimensional quantity in other words it only has, for instance, speed, whereas vectors have two: for instance speed and direction.

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Replied at: 27 Sep 2009
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