Calculus 3 – Intro To Vectors

Calculus 3 - Intro To Vectors

Calculus 3 – Intro To Vectors

This calculus 3 video tutorial provides a basic introduction into vectors. It contains plenty of examples and practice problems.

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Here is a list of topics:
1. Scalar quantities vs vector quantities
2. Speed vs velocity
3. Vectors as directed line segments
4. How to find the vector given the initial point and terminal point
5. How to find the find the component form of a vector
6. How to calculate the magnitude of a vector using its components
7. How to determine if two vectors are equivalent
8. Adding and subtracting vectors graphically
9. Performing vector operations
10. Position vectors and unit vectors
11. How to find the unit vector given the components of a vector
12. Standard unit vectors – i j k
13. Linear combination of standard unit vectors
14. How to find the components of a vector given its magnitude and angle
15. How to find the magnitude and angle of a vector in component form
16. How to calculate the resultant force of two vectors


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41 Responses to “Calculus 3 – Intro To Vectors”

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  5. AK says:

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  6. AK says:

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  7. Name Here says:

    can't thank you enough.

  8. Chrome Update says:

    I fell asleep right when your getting into terminal points.

  9. Ashaundre Bennett says:

    Late ik, but why does he say (3,4) is 3y and x4, when it is 3x and y4? I was always taught "you crawl before you walk" not the other way around lol. Prob an honest mistake but just wanted to point it out. 8:50

  10. Bradley Campbell says:

    Wait so am I not supposed to be learning this in pre-cal?

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  12. Jerry Wong says:

    just go clarify, @ 51:22 the magnitude is supposed to be sqr(73) and not 73 right?

  13. Lucky pancit says:

    ich finde das aber gar nicht gut… nein

  14. del says:

    Thank you a lot for clearing my doubts but

    I am not even studying calc 3 why is this in my recommended

  15. GODZILLA KONG says:

    Is there anyone got the calc 3 playlist?

  16. Egitch says:

    dude 16 days late bruh u shouldve sent this august 8 for my bday 🙁

  17. Arza says:

    At 47:40 wouldnt that be a magnitude of Root 73? Just confused otherwise great lecture!

  18. Zack 120 says:

    51:20 – for θ with O = 8, A = 3, but H = 73 ? it must be sqrt thereof.

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    @theorganicchemistry tutor, can you please teach me physics because my professor is not helping anyone in my class

  30. Momna Iqbal Akbar says:

    2:20 Omg what is my humor turned into

  31. cjunsun says:

    At around 51:48, in the third quadrant, I think theta= theta_R + 180, rather than theta= theta_R -180. Am I right?

  32. Nic says:

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  33. Official Pioneer says:

    Live you man but i wish you had timestamps

  34. Lil Scoobs says:

    This is the first thing we're covering in calc 2. Is this normally a calc 3 thing?

  35. noura haq says:

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  36. Pammi Choudhary says:

    thanks a lot sir…

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  38. ikku nbs says:

    please vector space

  39. Huszon • 24 years ago says:

    Whoaa i dont believe i have finished 1 hour of calculus video. Thank you!

  40. Adam Noris says:

    51:45 Q3= theta R + 180

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