If someone takes a vector, and squares it, does it become a scalar?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Also, is it possible to take the square root of a vector, and would the result be a vector or a scalar?

Lastly, the logarithm of a measurement is dimensionless. However, if you raise the base of that logarithm to the power of the logarithm, are the units recovered?

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# Vectors and Scalars

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