Multiplication of a Vector in Physics – Scalars and Vectors
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Multiplication of a Vector:
1. Multiplication of a Vector By a Real Number Definition:
When a vector A is multiplied by a real number n, then its magnitude becomes n times but direction and unit remains unchanged.
2. Multiplication of a Vector By a Scalar Definition:
When a vector A is multiplied by a scalar S, then its magnitude becomes S times and unit is the product of units of A and S but direction remains same as that of vector A.
Scalars and Vectors Topics:
|Scalars and Vectors
|Types of Vectors
|Addition of Vectors
|Rotation of Vectors
|Direction Cosines of a Vector
|Subtraction of Vectors
|Multiplication of Vectors
|Scalar Product of Two Vectors
|Vector Product of Two Vectors
|Division of Vectors