2. Representations of vectors





In printed works, such as text books, it is common practice to use bold face to indicate that a symbol, such as v, represents a vector. In written work, where bold face is not available, the symbols representing vectors are underlined. The convention for position vectors in both printed and written work is to place an arrow over the pair of points that define the vector, such as .


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