Displacement (vector) - Wikipedia

Displacement (vector) - Wikipedia

This animation shows the two dimensional displacement vector along with its x- and y-component.

This animation shows the two dimensional displacement vector along with its x- and y-component.

Displacement vector viewed another way

Displacement vector viewed another way

scalar+vs+vector | Displacement vector

scalar+vs+vector | Displacement vector

What is a scalar?  A scalar is a quantity that is fully described by a magnitude only. It is described by just a single number. Some examples of scalar quantities include speed, volume, mass, temperature, power, energy, and time.  What is a vector?  A vector is a quantity that has both a magnitude and a direction. Vector quantities are important in the study of motion. Some examples of vector quantities include force, velocity, acceleration, displacement, and momentum.

What is a scalar? A scalar is a quantity that is fully described by a magnitude only. It is described by just a single number. Some examples of scalar quantities include speed, volume, mass, temperature, power, energy, and time. What is a vector? A vector is a quantity that has both a magnitude and a direction. Vector quantities are important in the study of motion. Some examples of vector quantities include force, velocity, acceleration, displacement, and momentum.

[The military chambers of llanberis, puddled doorway] A displacement is the shortest distance from the initial to the final position of a point P. Thus, it is the length of an IMAGINARY STRAIGHT PATH, typically distinct from the path actually travelled by P. A displacement vector represents the length and direction of this imaginary straight path.

[The military chambers of llanberis, puddled doorway] A displacement is the shortest distance from the initial to the final position of a point P. Thus, it is the length of an IMAGINARY STRAIGHT PATH, typically distinct from the path actually travelled by P. A displacement vector represents the length and direction of this imaginary straight path.

displacement (vector; "to the right") v. distance (scalar)

displacement (vector; "to the right") v. distance (scalar)

The trajectory of a particle (in red) along a curve inside a vector field. Starting from a, the particle traces the path C along the vector field F. The dot product (green line) of its displacement vector (red arrow) and the field vector (blue arrow) defines an area under a curve, which is equivalent to the path's line integral.

The trajectory of a particle (in red) along a curve inside a vector field. Starting from a, the particle traces the path C along the vector field F. The dot product (green line) of its displacement vector (red arrow) and the field vector (blue arrow) defines an area under a curve, which is equivalent to the path's line integral.

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Click the icon in the upper left of the video to get access to the chapter list-- more than 4 comprehensive hours of FREE instructional video to get you up and running with the new features in ZBrush 4R8! New Gizmo, Live Booleans, Vector Displacement Alphas, a whole slew of new brush options (chisel? continuous stroke?? MULTI ALPHA BRUSHES???), text creation, object deformers, and a WHOLE lot more. There's great new and enhanced features for both the hard surface junky as well as the crea...

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