mathaphobia
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Please help WILL MEDAL AND FAN!!!! 2. A vector is a mathematical object that has direction and magnitude. What is another way you can describe and define a translation?
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@Compassionate please help no one else will
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mathaphobia
  • mathaphobia
PLEASE ANYONE
rvc
  • rvc
A wector has magnitude as well as direction but im lazy enough to download that document :(
mathaphobia
  • mathaphobia
Ok
mathaphobia
  • mathaphobia
Wait isn't it looking for the translation?
mathaphobia
  • mathaphobia
A free vector is an infinite set of parallel directed line segments and can be thought of as a translation.
mathaphobia
  • mathaphobia
So are they looking for a free vector?
anonymous
  • anonymous
To answer the translation question: A translation is basically a copy of the orignally vector but shifted up down left or right. It's congruent to eachother.
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mathaphobia
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Thank you!
anonymous
  • anonymous
You're welcome.

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