A variable representing a vector can be typeset using the command:
\boldsymboldefined in the amsfonts package):
Located (or position) vectors, on the other hand, are usually typeset with a right
arrow, but the default definition of
\vec produces an
arrow that is too small:
In the preamble, define
\lvec for a
located vector and
\bvec for a vector variable:
Later in the document:
Exercise 23: Maths: Vectors and Arrays
Try to produce the following:
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