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Component Form of a Vector

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Component Form of a Vector

The component form of a vector is written as a coordinate pair whose and values determine the horizontal and vertical change, respectively. The horizontal change is given by the difference between the value of the initial point and the value of the terminal point. Similarly, the vertical change is given by the difference between the value of the initial point and the value of the terminal point.