# Ch 15: Honors Algebra 1: Vectors in Linear Algebra

The lessons in this chapter will instruct you on vectors in linear algebra. We have included study tools that will make your learning experience engaging and effective.

## Honors Algebra 1: Vectors in Linear Algebra - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

Linear algebra is used in such disciplines as chemistry, cryptography and even in manipulating economies. The lessons in this chapter instruct you in the subject of scalars and vectors.

These lessons are 5-10 minute long videos, each with a quiz at the end to assess your understanding of the material you just studied. For any needed restudy, you can refer to the video transcript or use the keyword-based timeline tool that allows you to replay the specific segment you want. You can also ask questions of the instructor. By the time you are done, you will know:

• The definitions of and differences between scalars and vectors
• Performance of math operations on vectors in the plane
• The definition and application of dot product vectors

Lesson Objective
Scalars and Vectors: Definition and Difference Get to know the difference between scalars and vectors and the significance of adding a direction.
Performing Operations on Vectors in the Plane Learn to add, subtract, multiply and divide vectors.
The Dot Product of Vectors: Definition & Application Find the dot product of vectors algebraically and geometrically.

3 Lessons in Chapter 15: Honors Algebra 1: Vectors in Linear Algebra
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Practice Final Exam
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