Answer to Question #46928 in Vector Calculus for prromise ayansola
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A vector is an infinite set of parallel directed line segments. Vectors defined this way are called free vectors. A null vector has a zero magnitude. In geometry motion is a distance-preserving map of a space (for example, rotation, reflection, translation). A direction vector that describes a line segment D is any vector with two distinct points A and B on the line D.