**Vector**, a Latin word meaning "carrier", may refer in English to:

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Tensor Field

... scalar (a pure number representing a value, like length) and a

... scalar (a pure number representing a value, like length) and a

**vector**(a geometrical arrow in space), a tensor field is a generalization of a scalar field or**vector**...Vexel - Etymology

... message board Nova Boards to give it a distinctive name from traditional

... message board Nova Boards to give it a distinctive name from traditional

**vector**graphics ... didn't approve of calling the raster images that looked like**vectors**the name of "**vector**" ... of what they would be called, he coined the term "vexel" as a combination of**vector**and pixel since they were not simply rasters, and those asking needed a ...**Vector**W2

... The

**Vector**W2 is a concept car created by

**Vector**Motors in 1980 ... comes from the "W" for Jerry Wiegert (designer and founder of

**Vector**) and "2" for the number of turbos ... version of the W2 went in production as the

**Vector**W8 ...

**Vector**- Other Uses

... Aerodyne Systems

**Vector**, ultralight aircraft Lift

**vector**, an upwards force acting on aircraft Thrust vectoring, the ability of an aircraft or other vehicle to direct the thrust from ...

Two-body Problem - Two-body Motion Is Planar

... the angular momentum L equals the net torque N and using the property of the

... the angular momentum L equals the net torque N and using the property of the

**vector**cross product that v × w = 0 for any**vectors**v and w pointing in the same direction ... between their positions, it follows that r × F = 0 and the angular momentum**vector**L is constant (conserved) ... Therefore, the displacement**vector**r and its velocity v are always in the plane perpendicular to the constant**vector**L ...