In the previous sections you have learned a lot about Vectors already. You understand how to translate an object when give a column vector, how to add and subtract vectors, how to multiply a vector by a scalar and how to calculate the magnitude of a vector. Now it is time to briefly listen to learn what position vectors are. So please have a look at this short video during your maths revision in which I will explain to you what a position vector is.
You understand now that a position vector is relevant to the origin of a set of axes. You need to understand what a position vector is to be able to answer the questions involving vector geometry. These are the types of questions you can expect on your IGCSE GCSE maths exam. So do you want to pass your maths exam? Check the following link which will explain Vector Geometry to you and provide you with many example questions!