A common question in geometry is whether two vectors are parallel, orthogonal, or neither. In this blog post, we will explore how to determine the relationship between two vectors using a technique called the dot product. The dot product can be used to find out if two vectors are parallel and orthogonal. We will also go over some practical applications of these relationships when it comes to solving certain geometric problems.

Practical Applications for Parallel and Orthogonal Vectors: Some practical applications of the relationship between parallel or orthogonal vectors. If you have any other questions about this blog post, please email me at [email protected]

Definition of a dot product-Application of dot products when determining whether two vectors are parallel or orthogonal-Applying dot products in geometric problems such as finding distances on graphs and solving parametric equations-Some examples showing how we would use these properties in real life situations like measuring distance traveled by car or finding unknown variables from a graph with an equation that is proportional to them.