# Multiplication of a Vector by a Scalar

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2.3Multiplication of a Vector by a Scalar

In this Physics video tutorial on Vectors and Scalars we look into the field of Multiplication of a Vector by a Scalar and cover the following points:

• The meaning of "Multiplication of a vector by a scalar"
• How to express the division of a vector by a scalar in terms of multiplication?
• What are some examples involving the multiplication of a vector by a scalar in Physics?
• How to multiply a vector by a scalar in coordinates?

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