# Manuals/calci/VECTOR

VECTOR(PointA, PointB, PointC)

where,

PointA, PointB, PointC - represents the 3 points.

Related functions:-

VECTOR.UNITVECTOR() - A vector whose length is 1 called unit vector.

VECTOR.DOTPRODUCT() - A scalar product of two vectors, usually used to find angles and lengths.

VECTOR.CROSSPRODUCT() - A vector which is product of two other vector is called cross product.

VECTOR.BOXPRODUCT() - A vector which is product of three other vector os called box product or scalar triple product or mixed triple product.

A directed quantity, one with both magnitude and direction; an element of a vector space.

VECTOR

Lets see an example in (Column1, Row2)

=VECTOR(R1C2, R1C2, R1C3)

The function returns the shape.

Consider an another example(Column1, Row3)

=VECTOR.UNITVECTOR()

VECTOR returns unitvector of vector.

Syntax

Remarks

Examples

Description

 Column1 Column2 Column3 Column4 Row1 3 4 5 Row2 Vector:File:Vector.png Row3 Vector:File:Vector.png Row4 Row5 Row6
 TABLE3 File:Calci1.gif \$