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Old   May 24, 2012, 02:53
Default Vector arrow point vertical and horizontal mean?
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I notice that the head arrow of vector different. Some are vertical and some are horizontal.

To explain more, if the arrowhead is pointing towards your eye, you will see a horizontal line and vertical line, which is the head of arrow. What is the different between horizontal vector and vertical vector?

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