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 vector space
 A vector is a quantity having magnitude and direction, represented by a directed arrow indicating its orientation in space. Vector space is the three dimensional area where vectors can be plotted (cf Two Variable Functions Discussion).
 velocity
 The rate of change of position over time is velocity, calculated by dividing distance by time
(cf Gathering Information from Graphs Discussion).
 Venn Diagram
 A diagram where sets are represented as simple geometric figures, with overlapping and similarity of sets represented by intersections and unions of the figures (cf Internet Search and Set Operations Discussion).
 vertical angles
 The two nonadjacent angles formed when two straight lines intersect.(cf Angles Discussion).
 volume
 A measure of the number of
cubic units needed to fill the space inside an object (cf Surface Area and Volume
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