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Math and Arithmetic
What object or symbol is used to depict a vector?
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Is the Triquetra a Wiccan protection symbol?
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What is application of vector calculus in engineering?
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What is vector and resultant velocity?
A vector is used to represent direction and magnitude of speed. Velocity is the speed of an object and a specification of its direction of motion. Speed describes only how fast an object is moving, whereas velocity gives both how fast and in what direction the object is moving. Therefore a vector can be used to represent a velocity. The term "resultant velocity" implies a change in velocity which can be determined using vector analysis.
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What is the difference between an outline and a contour line?
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In science what is the symbol used to represent speed?
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The components of a vector will be the same no matter what coordinate system is used to express that vector?
What is the energy of any moving object called?
Vector energy. This term is not widely known or used. Physicists declare energy a scalar quantity, including the term kinetic energy. A moving object is uniformly assumed to have Momentum, a vector quantity.The energy associated with Momentum is Momentum Energy, cP (This is the widely looked for "Dark energy") Physicists use a term for another vector energy, Torque . Physicists use Joule for scalar energy and Newton-Meter for Torque, a vector energy. The Physics Community should vome to realize that Energy is Quaternion quantity consisting of a scalar part and a vector part. The Cosmos consists of scalar and vector quantities. The proper term for energy of a moving object is vector energy. The two terms for energy can be called, Boson/scalar and Fermion/vector energy.
Asked in C++ Programming
What is front functions in c plus plus?
Front functions such as vector::front(), list::front() and queue::front() return the first object in a container class. Not to be confused with begin() functions such as vector::begin() which return an iterator object which is typically used in iterative functions (loops) to traverse the objects within a container.
What is a vector in Java?
Vector is a type of collection object that Java has. Vector is a class that implements the AbstractList class and is often used as an alternative to arrays since it automatically extends the length of the list unlike arrays. A Vector can contain a collection of objects of any type. But it has fallen out of use due to the rise of the more convenient ArrayList class, but Vectors are still used for their security in multi threaded environment. Vectors are thread safe but array lists are not. An important fact to note is that Stack extends the Vector class.
What is the function of a vector in genetic engineering?
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How do you display the elements in a vector to the user?
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What is the definition of past and future tense verbs?
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What does the peaces symbol mean?
Asked in Industrial Engineering
Difference of scalar pipelining and vector pipelining?
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What is the difference between JPEG Graphics and vector graphics?
Vector graphics using the graphics function to record the color, size and other attributes. Zoom in and out of any object, no image distortion and will reduce quality. Nor will it affect the file size. A clear outline of the performance of vector graphics, commonly used in the production of some of the logo graphics.
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Is angle a vector?
This isn't a simple yes or no question. An angle is a scalar quantity, and a vector is a ... well, vector... quantity. However, there is a relation between the two, and in two dimensions (for example) it's possible to specify a vector in terms of its magnitude and a "vector angle"; that is, the angle it makes with an axis (generally the x-axis, by convention) of the coordinate system. Sometimes the word "vector" is used in a non-mathematical sense to simply mean a direction, not a magnitude. (One example would be in navigation, where the "vector" to another object is the direction it's in; range is treated separately, though in the mathematical sense vector encompasses both direction and range.) In this case it can be more or less equivalent to an angle.