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pseudovector

/ˌsjuːdəʊˈvɛktə/
noun
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(maths) a variable quantity, such as angular momentum, that has magnitude and orientation with respect to an axis. The components are even functions of the coordinates Also called axial vector Compare pseudoscalar, scalar (sense 1), tensor (sense 2), vector (sense 1)
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