1. A vector, in computing, is generally a _________. typically storing numbers.

2. Vectors typically have ______ unlike lists and queues.

3. The vector data structure can be used to represent the mathematical vector used in linear algebra

4. The following shows how a simple vector could be represented as a _______________

5. The following image demonstrates how a simple vector could be represented as _________________

6. The following shows how you could represent a simple vector as a function.

7. Which of the following statements best describes what is happening in the following code:

8. What is the following visualisation showing?

9. A scalar is a value by which you __________________

10. A scalar represents the scale by which you want to increase or decrease the vector.

11. What is the following excerpt showing/demonstrating:

12. Read the following excerpt on convex combination and decide which of the statements provided are true.

13. A vector quantity has both direction and ________________

14. A negative vector has the same magnitude as well as the exact same direction

15. Vectors can be multiplied by a scalar which changes the size of the vector _________________