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A zero vector has no direction. 2. A unit vector is a vector with magnitude one (1). Unit vectors have no units. Unit vectors are used primarily to designate direction. 4 Multiplication of Vectors and Scalars If s is a scalar and V is a vector, the product sV (or Vs) is a vector whose magnitude is jsj jVj and whose orientation is the same as that of V. The sense of sV is the same as that of V if s is positive and opposite to V if s is negative. 2. Every vector V may be represented as a product of a scalar s and a unit vector n.
8. 9. 9. 9 Addition of vectors A, B, and C. 2008 11:09am Compositor Name: VAmoudavally 36 Principles of Biomechanics where dx ¼ ax þ bx þ cx dy ¼ ay þ by þ cy d z ¼ az þ b z þ c z (3:13) With this evident simplicity in the analysis it is usually convenient to express all vectors in terms of mutually perpendicular unit vectors. That is, for any given vector V we seek to express V in the form V ¼ vx nx þ vy ny þ vz nz (3:14) where nx, ny, and nz are mutually perpendicular unit vectors which are generally parallel to coordinate axes X, Y, and Z.