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Equation of a Line in Vector Form 2D
The vector equation of a line can be obtained by using the position vectors of two points A and B on the line. Vectors
OA
,
OB
,
AB
,
r
and t
AB
are displayed as arrows. To change their position, drag the points A and B or click near them.
Contributed by:
Sergio Hannibal Mejía
(Yokohama International School)
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Contributed by:
Sergio Hannibal Mejía
(Yokohama International School)
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