1. Vectors can be added to other vectors according to vector algebra . 2. The inner and exterior products are associated with familiar concepts from standard vector algebra . 3. The pragmatic temper of the times set aside the four-dimensional source of vector algebra . 4. There are several other examples where the use of vector algebra simplifies standard problems. 5. A generic approach using vector algebra for tracing of a boundary can be found at. 6. For the case of the and fields, the transformations cannot be obtained as directly using vector algebra . 7. Not only this, but Hamilton had in a sense invented the cross and dot products of vector algebra . 8. The formalism of "'dyadic algebra "'is an extension of vector algebra to include the dyadic product of vectors. 9. Vector algebra uses the cross product, while geometric algebra uses the exterior product ( and the geometric product ).10. The addition here is the vector addition of vector algebra and the resulting velocity is usually represented in the form