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( the force vector parallel to the position vector r ) = Force vector* (r vector / r)

I don't know how did they find this relation ?

it seems to me they multiplied F hat by the unit vector ?

why ??

I am just confused about it

any idea ??

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# F Vector is parallel to r vector formula ?

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