Class 11 Physics Motion In A Plane Free and Localized Vectors

Free and Localized Vectors

A free vector(or non-localized vector) is a vector of which only the magnitude and direction are specified, not the position or line of action. Displacing it parallel to itself leaves it unchanged.

 A localized vector is a vector where line of action and position are as important as magnitude and direction. These vectors change with change in position and direction.


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