Multiply a vector by a scalar

Calculus

When a vector is multiplied by a scalar, the size of the vector is “scaled” up or down. Multiplying a vector by a positive scalar will only change its magnitude, not its direction.

When a vector is multiplied by a negative scalar, the direction will be reversed.

To multiply a vector by a scalar, multiply each component separately:

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