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1. Algebra of Vectors

2. Equality of Vectors, Addition, Subtraction, Scalar Product,

3. Vector Product

4. Vector and Scalar Functions of one variable

5. Calculus of Vectors and vector identities

6. Derivative of a vector function

7. Directional Derivative, The del operator

8. Gradient, Divergence, Curl 9

. Line Integral

10. Surface Integral

11. Volume Integral

12. Integral Theorems: Green's Lemma, Divergence Theorem, and Stokes'

Theorem and its aplications

Our introduction to vectors is geometric.

We conceive of a vector as a directed line segment PQ.

P - initial point

Q - terminal point

PQ is denoted by A, or A

A

- Norm or length of the vector.

- It is denoted by PQ , PQ , A , A , A , or A .

1. Two vectors A and B are equal if they have the same

magnitude and direction regardless of their initial points.

Thus A = B.

2. A vector having direction opposite to that of vector A but

with the same magnitude is denoted by A.

3a. The sum or resultant of vectors A and B is another vector

say C formed by placing the initial point of B on the terminal

point of A and joining the initial point of A to the terminal

point of B.

3b. The sum C is written C = A + B. The denition here is

equivalent to the parallelogram law for vector addition.

3c. Extensions to sums of more than two vectors are

immediate. For example, to obtain the sum or resultant E of

the vectors A, B, C, and D.

4. The dierence of vectors A and B, represented by AB, is

that vector C which added to B gives A.

5. Multiplication of a vector A by a scalar m produces a vector

mA with magnitude times the magnitude of A and

direction the same as or opposite to that of A according as m

is positive or negative. If m=0, mA=0, the null vector.

If A, B and C are vectors, and m and n are scalars, then:

1. A+B = B+A Commutative Law for Addition

2. A+(B+C)=(A+B)+C Associative Law for Addition

3. m(nA) = (mn)A = n(mA) Associative Law for Multiplication

4. (m+n)A = mA+nA Distributive Law

5. m(A+B) = mA+mB Distributive Law

more scalars is dened.

Unit vectors are vectors having unit length.

is: a =

The rectangular unit vectors i, j, and k are unit vectors having the

direction of the positive x, y, and z axes of a rectangular

coordinate system.

Any vector A in 3 dimensions can be represented with initial

point at the origin O of a rectangular coordinate system.

Let (A1, A2, A3) be the rectangular

coordinates of the terminal point of

vector A with initial point at O.

The vectors A1i, A2j, and A3k are called the rectangular component

vectors, or simply component vectors, of A in the x, y, and z

directions respectively. A1, A2, and A3

are called the rectangular components,

or simply components, of A in the x, y,

and z directions respectively.

2 2 2

A = 1 + 2 + 3

A A

= =

A 2 2 2

1 + 2 + 3

-or radius vector r from 0 to the point (x, y, z) is written:

= + +

Find the distance between (3, 4, 5) and (0, 8, 7).

13

Given = 2 5 + 10; = + 2 9 and = 2.

Find a) + , b) , and c) .

a) 3 +

b) 3 7 + 19

c) 4 10 + 20

Given A= + and B = 3 + 4 12.

Find the norm of a vector of A and B.

A = 3

B = 13

Given A= 2 3. Find the unit vector in A direction.

2 3

13 13

Determine if the points P(1, 2, 3), Q(2, 1, 0), and R(4, 7, 6) are

collinear.

Definitely yes.

Specify the unit vector extending from the origin toward the

point G(2, 2, 1).

2 2 1

=

3 3 3

Given points M(1, 2, 1), N(3, 3, 0), and P(2, 3, 4), find

a)

b) +

c)

d)

e) 2 3

a) 4 5

b) 3 10 6

c) 2.45

d) 0.14 0.7 0.7

e) 15.56

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