The third book of the primordial art of mathematics focus on vectors, vectors calculations: the pathways of the 9 divine worlds, to later extensively demonstrate the generation of the 9 divine worlds.
As well complementary publications will be suggested in which the primordial vectorial mathematics will be applied for example for the study of history, strategic management, preventive health, performing arts, matrix perception, matrix thinking, training of the matrix-Q (Matrix intelligence).
A vector is what is needed to "carry" the point A to the point B; the Latin word vector means “carrier”.
Vectors were for example used by 18th century astronomers investigating planet rotation around the Sun.
A vector has a magnitude described by its length and a direction. As a geometric object can be placed in the space, of 2D, 3D, 4D+.
The direction can be defined through a point of origin and an angle, which describes a 2D, 3D or 4D+ direction (Watch 72927). Coordinates system.
Many algebraic operations on real numbers such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and negation have close analogues for vectors, operations which obey the familiar algebraic laws of commutativity, associativity, and distributivity.
In physics velocity and acceleration can be described with vectors. As well forces and momentum, for example; or a four-vectors in special relativity.
Vectors can be utilized as well for representation of a process that belongs to a particular field, for example an element field, that volve with certain magnitude, in space-time.
Consider for example that the intensity of an emotion, can be defined with a vector of a value from 0 up to 9, being 9 the longest length, and greater magnitude. Then two emotions may have two intensities of different magnitudes.
In the books by the same author: the 9 elements and the heart, as well in the elements management vectorial analysis method, and systemic analysis method, created by the same author, vectors represent intensity of emotions, as well power of a force or magnitude of a particular element, within a matrix that is being utilized for assessment of a particular situation, in which the 9 elements or triads of them (3 elements) will be evaluated.
In the Matrix 9+ Quantification of value tool, vectors are as well utilized to represent magnitude of the development of an individual within a score line, taking in consideration there are several score lines that bring together a matrix, utilized for assessment, the matrix 9+, created by the same author.