Vectors and Scalars

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In this Physics video tutorial on Vectors and Scalars we look into the field of Vectors and Scalars and cover the following points:

  • What are vectors? What are scalars?
  • How do vectors and scalars in Physics differ from those in Mathematics?
  • How can we express a vector quantity in components?
  • How to find the magnitude of a vector quantity when the components are given?
  • How to find the angle formed by a vector with a certain direction?

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