# What are the name of this three arrows in this animation?

• Benjamin_harsh
In summary, the three arrows in this animation represent vectors, are components of a vector in specific dimensions, and are related by the vector they represent. They can also be different lengths depending on the magnitude of the vector in each dimension.
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Homework Statement
What are the name of this three arrows in this animation?
Relevant Equations
What are the name of this three arrows in this animation?

It is torque animation.

Red, r, is the radius vector. Dark blue, F is the force applied. Light blue, τ, is the torque from the applied force. Dark green, p, is the linear momentum. Light green, L, is the angular momentum.

## 1. What is the name of the first arrow in the animation?

The first arrow in the animation is called the "starting arrow" or "initial arrow". It represents the initial state or starting point of the system being studied.

## 2. What is the name of the second arrow in the animation?

The second arrow in the animation is known as the "action arrow" or "process arrow". It represents the action or process that occurs to the system, causing it to change from its initial state.

## 3. What is the name of the third arrow in the animation?

The third arrow in the animation is referred to as the "result arrow" or "outcome arrow". It represents the end result or outcome of the process that occurred to the system.

## 4. Are there any other names for these three arrows in the animation?

Some other names for these arrows include "input arrow", "transformation arrow", and "output arrow". These names may vary depending on the specific system or process being studied.

## 5. How are these three arrows related to each other?

These three arrows are interconnected and represent the cause and effect relationship of the system being studied. The starting arrow leads to the action arrow, which then leads to the result arrow, completing the cycle of the system's transformation.

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