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Scalar Multiplication of a Point
Scalar Multiplication of a Point
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1)
In object-oriented programming, scalar multiplication of a point is an example of which programming concept?
Inheritance
Encapsulation
Polymorphism
Abstraction
2)
What does scalar multiplication of a point in object-oriented programming involve?
Adding a scalar value to the coordinates of a point.
Rotating the coordinates of a point based on a scalar value.
Dividing the coordinates of a point by a scalar value.
Multiplying the coordinates of a point by a scalar value.
3)
Which of the following statements is true about the order of operations when performing scalar multiplication of a point?
The point's coordinates are multiplied first, followed by the scalar value.
The scalar value is multiplied first, followed by the point's coordinates.
The scalar value is added to the point's coordinates.
The point's coordinates are subtracted from the scalar value.
4)
Which programming language supports operator overloading, allowing scalar multiplication of points to be defined for custom types?
Python
Java
All of these
C#
5)
Which data structure is typically used to represent a point in object-oriented programming?
Dictionary
Array
Class or structure
Linked list
6)
In which mathematical operation is scalar multiplication commonly used?
Division
Addition
Multiplication
Subtraction
7)
What effect does scalar multiplication have on the magnitude of a point?
It depends on the value of the scalar.
It decreases the magnitude.
It increases the magnitude.
It has no effect on the magnitude.
8)
Which of the following statements is true about 2D scalar multiplication of a point?
It only affects the direction of the point.
It has no effect on the point.
It affects both the magnitude and direction of the point.
It only affects the magnitude of the point.
9)
What does 2D scalar multiplication of a point involve?
Finding the square root of the point's X and Y coordinates.
Dividing the point's X coordinate by a scalar value.
Adding a scalar value to the point's X coordinate.
Multiplying the point's X and Y coordinates by a scalar value.
10)
Which of the following statements is true about scalar multiplication of a point?
It affects both the magnitude and direction of the point.
It only affects the direction of the point.
It only affects the magnitude of the point.
It has no effect on the point.