Q: Are CAD-programs vector- or pixeloriented

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That is usually called the resultant vector.

It is a displacement vector.

Vector addition derives a new vector from two or more vectors, and vector resolution is breaking a vector down into its two or more components.

It has magnitude 0 and a direction and obeys vector laws, so is a vector

Still another velocity vector (or a zero vector).

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Yes, a vector can be represented in terms of a unit vector which is in the same direction as the vector. it will be the unit vector in the direction of the vector times the magnitude of the vector.

NULL VECTOR::::null vector is avector of zero magnitude and arbitrary direction the sum of a vector and its negative vector is a null vector...

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That is usually called the resultant vector.

The zero vector is both parallel and perpendicular to any other vector. V.0 = 0 means zero vector is perpendicular to V and Vx0 = 0 means zero vector is parallel to V.

It is a displacement vector.

Resultant vector or effective vector

Vector spaces can be formed of vector subspaces.

A null vector has no magnitude, a negative vector does have a magnitude but it is in the direction opposite to that of the reference vector.

A scalar times a vector is a vector.

Vector addition derives a new vector from two or more vectors, and vector resolution is breaking a vector down into its two or more components.

It has magnitude 0 and a direction and obeys vector laws, so is a vector