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scalar multiplication

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(Mathematics) maths an operation used in the definition of a vector space in which the product of a scalar and a vector is a vector, the operation is distributive over the addition of both scalars and vectors, and is associative with multiplication of scalars
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G admits a scalar multiplication, [direct sum], possessing the following properties.