Unit vectors: If v is a nonzero vector, explain why is a unit vector.
By definition of a unit vector if v is a nonzero vector then is a unit vector.
It is given that v is a non-zero vector.
A unit vector is defined as the vector that has a magnitude equal to and its formula is
If v is a non-zero vector and we divide it by its magnitude, then by the definition of a unit vector it is also a unit vector.
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