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So are angular displacement, velocity, and acceleration actually vectors? My Physics book does not really give me a straight answer. Plus, if they are, why do they not have the classic vector notation of the arrow above [tex]\theta[/tex], [tex]\omega[/tex], and [tex]\alpha[/tex]?

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# Are angular displacement, angular velocity, and angular acceleration, vectors?

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