What is the antiparallel of a vector?
In a Euclidean space, two directed line segments, often called vectors in applied mathematics, are antiparallel if they are supported by parallel lines and have opposite directions. In that case, one of the associated Euclidean vectors is the product of the other by a negative number.
What is the difference between parallel vectors and collinear vectors?
What is difference between anti parallel and negative vector?
What does parallel vector mean?
What is the angle between antiparallel vectors?
Are antiparallel vectors collinear?
What is antiparallel physics?
Are parallel vectors the same?
What if two vectors are parallel?
What is parallel and antiparallel?
is that parallel is one of a set of parallel lines while antiparallel is (geometry) a line that forms equal angles with two other lines, but in opposite directions.