**10.2: An Introduction to Vectors - Mathematics LibreTexts**
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WEBDec 29, 2020 · Its component form, in R2, is 0, 0 ; in R3, it is 0, 0, 0 . Usually the context makes is clear whether →0 is referring to a vector in the plane or in space. Our examples have illustrated key principles in vector algebra: how to add and subtract vectors and how to multiply vectors by a scalar.

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