Equality of two Vectors

In this post Equality of two Vectors in Applied Mathematics will be explained in detail with definition.

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Course Name: Applied Mathematics I
Chapter Title: Vectors, Lines and Planes
Subtitle: Equality of two Vectors

Two non-zero vectors and are said to be equal, if and only if they have the same direction and magnitude, regardless of the position of their initial points.

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