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Magnitude of a Vector

Concept

Magnitude of a Vector

The magnitude of a vector is the vector's length, denoted as
The magnitude of a vertical and horizontal vector can be read directly from the coordinate system.

When the vector is not horizontal nor vertical, the Distance Formula can be used to calculate the magnitude.

Using the coordinates and in the Distance Formula, the magnitude can be found.