Enter the x,y, and z values of two vectors n to the calculator to perform vector subtraction and yield the new vector.
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Vector Subtraction Formula
The following equation is used to calculate a new vector from the subtraction of one vector from another.
X3,Y3,Z3 = X1-X2,Y1-Y2,Z1-Z2
Where x,y, and z are the coordinate points of all three vectors with x3,y3, and z3 being the coordinate values of the new vector.
Vector Subtraction Definition
Vector subtraction is the process of subtracting the values of two or more different vectors.
Vector Subtraction Example
How to calculate vector subtraction?
- First, determine the values of the first vector.
Determine the coordinate values of the first vector.
- Next, determine the values of the second vector.
Measure the coordinate values of the other vector.
- Finally, calculate.
Subtract the second vector from the first vector.
Vector subtraction is the subtraction of the coordinate values of two separate vectors.
The new vector is calculated through subtraction of each individual coordinate value.